What to know about Vanderbilt’s 2021 QB Prospects

Lucas Coley

Lucas Coley is a promising dual-threat quarterback out of Cornerstone Christian Academy in Texas. The 6′ 2″ gunslinger is currently listed as a 3 star recruit on Rivals and 247Sports, and as a 4 star by ESPN. The highly sought after recruit has received offers from over 20 schools including Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Clemson, and of course, Vanderbilt. Coley expresses that he wants a school that is “close to home” and will give him an opportunity to “play right out of the gate”. While Vanderbilt is in the running, in fact being the only college with an official visit, Houston and Arkansas appear to be his top choices. Unfortunately, his 247 Crystal Ball and Rivals FutureCast are both predicting 100% Arkansas.

Jaylen Henderson

Jaylen Henderson is a 6′ 3″ Pro-Style quarterback from West Hills, California. Henderson is listed as a 3 star recruit and ranked by Rivals as the 30th best dual-threat QB in the nation. While not as highly ranked as Coley, Henderson has still received a significant amount of offers from schools. Henderson has only visited and is mainly showing interest in larger west coast schools such as Cal, UCLA, and Washington State.

Chayden Peery

Out of the three prospects mentioned, Peery is by far the most promising. Not only is he the most highly rated of the three, at 22nd for Pro-Style QBs, but he has demonstrated the most interest in Vanderbilt. Peery, another three star recruit, hails from Sierra Canyon, a private school in Chatsworth known for their athletic programs. The California native has amassed 36 offers and is warm on Boise State, Louisville, Pittsburgh, and Vanderbilt. Peery has no official visits, but claims in an 2019 interview he was planning to visit Boise State and Louisville. While according to Rivals Louisville has the slight edge, Peery committing to Vanderbilt is an exciting possibility.


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