Congrats Clevon! The entire Charger Basketball program is proud of you! We'll be cheering for you! GO COMMODORES! pic.twitter.com/en03BoVXsi— Churchill Basketball (@churchillhoops) September 29, 2015
For the fourth year in a row, Kevin Stallings has tapped the pipeline out of the Lone Star State as Clevon Brown becomes Vanderbilt's second commitment in the 2016 recruiting class, joining PG Peyton Willis who committed in August.
We previously wrote about Brown after he visited Vandy on the weekend of the Georgia game. Brown visited Texas on Saturday and, with both of his official visits complete, pulled the trigger for Vandy on Tuesday.
Now the question becomes whether Stallings is done with the 2016 class. Officially, Vanderbilt does not have any scholarships left to give in the 2016 class; only Josh Henderson and Carter Josephs will be graduating after this season. But Stallings is still awaiting decisions from James Banks, who visited on the same weekend as Brown, and also Braxton Blackwell -- who hasn't scheduled an official visit to Vandy but has made numerous unofficial visits. With the possibility of other departures after the season, Stallings may still look to add to this class.
As for Brown, he's rated as the #126 recruit in the country per Rivals; #147 per 247 Sports. ESPN apparently has not evaluated him.
Finally, I'm just gonna leave this here:
Fun times are ahead for Commodore Nation.