After the mass exodus of quarterbacks out of the Vanderbilt football program this offseason, Derek Mason signed three quarterbacks in the early signing period in December.
On Wednesday, Vanderbilt added a fourth.
Conan what is best in life .... To crush your enemies ... See them driven before you... and to be COMMITTED TO VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY— Danny Clark (@DClarkQB) February 5, 2020
Danny Clark spent the 2019 season as the signal-caller at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Mississippi, where he threw for 2166 yards and 18 touchdowns to just 5 interceptions. Originally from Archbishop Hoban High School in Columbus, Ohio, Clark signed with Kentucky out of high school and spent two years with the Wildcats before transferring to Copiah-Lincoln.
So: Vanderbilt now has four quarterbacks going into 2020 and all four are new to the program. Anchor Down.