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Dansby Swanson is Awesome, so is Wade Baldwin IV - the Periscope

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We take a look at Vanderbilt links from across the web - and find out that Dansby Swanson is a special person on and off the diamond, and that Wade Baldwin is a top 10 player in the NCAA.

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Did you miss any big Vandy news this week? We're here to cap off your weekend with some of the best Commodore stories from around the web. Today, we'll kick things off with a challenge; read that first link about Dansby Swanson and TRY not to like him. It's impossible.

Dansby Swanson and his 'gift': How baseball's top pick is out to change the world - OregonLive.com. If you aren't a Dansby Swanson fan after reading this, seek out a psychiatrist immediately.

NCAA: 4 Sneaky-Good Final Four Contenders For 2015-16 - Hoops Habit. FanSided calls Vanderbilt a dark horse Final Four bet. While I'm thrilled about the recognition, my superstition prevents me from acknowledging this as an actual good thing.

Predicting the top 10 high-impact sophomores for 2015-16 - SI.com. I understand that Sports Illustrated didn't want to clog up this list with Commodores, so limiting their selection to Wade Baldwin IV was an understandably calculated decision.

W. Cross Country. Commodores ranked No. 24 in Saucony Flo50. Ho hum. Just another top 25 program in Nashville.

Brandon Banks, former Vanderbilt Commodores football player, to play at Lane College. Banks will get the chance to play college football while he awaits trial.

Ranking the Top 10 SEC kick/punt returners for 2015. Look! An SEC ranking where Vanderbilt doesn't finish last!

Baseball: For Memorial's Justin Willis, Vanderbilt commitment was 'a no-brainer'. Just a high school pitcher with a 0.71 ERA. No big deal.

Bowlsby: Big 12 transfer policy will require more diligence - The Idaho Statesman. Will the Big 12 follow the SEC's lead when it comes to rejecting troubled transfer students?

Was there anything that we missed? Please let us know in the comments. And, as always, thanks for stopping by.