As far as basketball pedigrees go, they don't get much better than the second member of Virginia's 2014 class: Isaiah Wilkins. The 6-7 wing forward, who is the son of NBA great Dominique Wilkins, committed to the Cavaliers over the long weekend after taking an official visit to the campus.
Wilkins reportedly had visits scheduled for the month of September to Miami and SMU, but he clearly liked what he saw up in Charlottesville this weekend.
The three-star forward is ranked as the 176th-best prospect in the 2014 class, according to 247 Sports. He will be playing his last of high school ball for one of the best programs in the nation: Norcross High School - the reigning Class AAAAAA champions in the state of Georgia.
He joins B.J. Stith, son of former Virginia standout Bryant Stith, in Tony Bennett's 2014 class, which is currently ranked 17th in the nation by 247 Sports.
Here's some video of the "Junior Human Highlight Film" in action this summer on the AAU circuit.