With Tennessee and Memphis targeting the same in-state recruits as Vanderbilt, it is tough for the Commodores to get the state’s top prospects to Nashville. On Wednesday, Kevin Stallings picked up a big recruit, when point guard Kedren Johnson committed to Vanderbilt. Johnson confirmed the news to me in a text message. He is a 6-foot-4 Marshall County (Tenn.) product who can get to the rim using his strength and ball-handling ability.
On July 1st at 1:00 PM Central Standard Time, three in-state recruits met at D1 Sports Training in Nashville, Tennessee to verbally commit to one of several SEC schools that wanted their football talent. They all selected the Vander... Read Post
On Wednesday Vanderbilt Head Coach James Franklin gave Commodores fans arguably the best recruiting class the city of Nashville has signed in 20 years or more. The discrepancy in recruiting services aside, even the most critical of ... Read Post