So I've been waiting for this for an entirely to large amount of time, but someone FINALLY made a season highlight video for Ralph Webb. It's pretty long, so I don't think there's
Our resident football specialist Seth Luttrell (@TheCoachinator) dropped by Mark Rogers' broadcast to talk about Derek Mason and Vanderbilt football after a promising spring game performance. Skip to around 15:30 for Seth's part.
I would just be *furious* if I were a Florida Gator fan after that.
Damian Jones is a good basketball guy.
So glad to be seeing these again.
NBA champion Festus Ezeli threw out the first pitch at a recent San Francisco Giants game. It would have been more appropriate, however, if he had just run out and spiked one of Tim Lincecum's pitches instead.
Vanderbilt has taken a break form offering a large variety of kids from the 2017 class, and offered OL Will Fries from Cranford, NJ (Cranford Sr HS) Fries is currently a Penn State lean, and also holds offers from Rutgers, Clemson, and Northwestern as well. According to his 247Sports profile, is on the cusp of gaining that highly coveted fourth star.
While on an unofficial weekend visit to Nashville, Safety Austin Quillen from Jenks, Oklahoma (traditional Vanderbilt pipeline huh?) decided he wanted to be the Commodores first commit of the 2016 Class. Quillen is thought of as being a top-5 prospect in the state of Oklahoma, as well as a top-50 S prospect in the nation. Expect this to be the first of many commits from non-traditional Vanderbilt recruiting pipelines while Coach Mason and his staff continue to build relationships within the area as time goes on. Check out Quillen's Junior highlights courtesy of Hudl. The 2016 Recruiting class has finally begun.
Just a reminder - this happened the last time we hosted NIT round 2.