Vanderbilt lands second four-star wing

For the second time in the class of 2014, Vanderbilt and Kevin Stallings have landed a four-star prospect.
Sunday night, several sources close to the situation confirmed that Matthew Fisher-Davis committed to the Commodores.
A 6-foot-5 shooting guard at Charlotte (N.C.) Christian, Fisher-Davis currently ranks No. 105 in the Rivals150.
Because he is on a school retreat, Fisher-Davis was unable to comment. However, his commitment is another big one for the Commodores.
When Stallings and his staff set out to find players in 2014, one of the biggest needs was a shooter. They certainly found one in Fisher-Davis who is one of the top jump shooters in the class.
A bit of an unknown headed into the July open period, Fisher-Davis burst onto the scene with the Charlotte Nets. Although he can stroke jumpers from deep, he also has some ability to put the ball on the floor but must get stronger before facing the rigors of the SEC.
With Fisher-Davis in the fold, the Commodores have done a good job of adding perimeter firepower. While he provides the shooting, combo guard Wade Baldwin who ranks No. 92 nationally adds slashing and a big time defensive presence on the wing.