Jerry Stackhouse and Vanderbilt are building a team full of NBA players' sons

The Vanderbilt University 2019 basketball team may not have the next Zion Williamson, but it will have the sons of former NBA players.

With the commitment of Kenyon Martin Jr., the Commodores now have two former NBA players’ sons in their 2019 recruiting class.

K.J., the son of former NBA player Kenyon Martin, announced his commitment to Vanderbilt Sunday on Twitter.

Previously, head coach Jerry Stackhouse secured the commitment of Scotty Pippen Jr.

While Vanderbilt’s class is ranked No. 41 nationally and No. 8 in the SEC, both down from last year, never doubt the potential for a pair of NBA children to make some noise.

Both Pippen and Martin played together at Sierra Canyon High School in Chatsworth, CA. This year, Sierra Canyon finished ranked No. 1 nationally and in California, per Max Preps.

At this rate, Stackhouse will soon have an all-NBA children starting five.

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