The Wildcats have only one interception this season, and increasing that production in the future has been a major focus of Mark Stoops' recruiting efforts.
One player who might help address that deficiency in the future is 2015 cornerback Cameron Ordway from Giles County High School in Pulaski, Tenn. The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Ordway has been a ballhawk throughout his junior season, intercepting nine passes.
He has the attention of three SEC programs in particular.
"The Vanderbilt visit was also a good visit. The coaching staff at Vanderbilt is really good guys. The coaching staff there is a reason why I'm interested in Vanderbilt.
"And the Kentucky visit was another good visit. I like how the Kentucky fan base is supporting this new coaching staff and team. I came away impressed by that. I was glad I was able to talk to Coach (Derrick) Ansley on my visit. He told me how my size would fit in their defensive scheme. I agree with that. In fact, I think I could play a big factor in the defensive scheme at Kentucky."
He'll be back on the Vanderbilt campus this weekend and at Tennesse again on November 23rd. Ordway is also in the process of visiting Auburn and setting up a return visit to Kentucky.
The junior standout said he is looking for certain factors in his college decision. "I am looking where I can come in as a freshman and play. I want to go to a football program where I can make an impact."
Ordway currently has no favorites or top five. He is unsure when he is making his college decision.