T.A. Cunningham, a four-star Class of 2024 defensive tackle from Florida’s Miami Central High School, is taking his Penn State official visit this weekend, June 16-18 he tweeted early Thursday afternoon.
— T.A. CUNNINGHAM (@_getlikealex) June 15, 2023
The 6-foot-5, 265-pounder is an Under-Armour All-American.
247Sports’s composite rankings have Cunningham as the No. 28 defensive tackle, the No. 219 overall ‘24 player in the country and the No. 34 overall player in Florida.
He’ll be playing his senior season at Miami Central, but he’s played for three different high schools in each of his first three years. He spent his freshman season at Lilburn, Georgia’s Providence Christian Academy.
The next season, he played at Georgia’s John’s Creek High School, picking up seven sacks, 22 tackles for loss and 66 total tackles.
Last year, he moved to California and played at Los Alamitos High School. Cunningham had to sit out the season’s first five games due to being ruled ineligible by the CIF. He ended up playing and picking up 17 tackles.
Now, he’ll be playing in Miami, which he announced in April.
Penn State is the first school Cunningham Will taking an OV to this summer, and he hasn’t announced any others at the moment.
Cunningham’s been on Penn State’s radar for a while. The school offered him in August 2021 ahead of his first and last season at John’s Creek.
Cunningham also has offers from schools such as Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Auburn, Boston College, Cal, Cincinnati, Colorado, Duke, Florida, Florida State; Georgia, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kansas State, Kentucky, LSU, Maryland, Memphis, Michigan, Michigan State, Miami, NC State, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Oregon State, Pitt, South Carolina, Syracuse, Tennessee, TCU and Texas.
Penn State’s ‘24 class is currently 17 strong.