During Coach Derek Mason’s press conference this morning, the Commodores received a big time commit in the 2021 recruiting class.
Quincy Skinner, 4* WR from St. Aquinas High School (Fort Lauderdale, FL), announced he is committing to Vanderbilt. Skinner is a massive get for multiple reasons. After losing 4* WR Jack Bech this past weekend, the Commodores were lacking a top tier sure-handed receiver in the 2021 class.
This is a huge boost of momentum for Vanderbilt in the current recruiting cycle. Matter of a fact, rumors are swirling more commits could be coming very soon.
Skinner is ranked Vanderbilt’s top overall 2021 commit as of now. The 6’1 175 pound target has an elite skillset he will bring to the Commodore offense for years to come. The Fort Lauderdale product ranks 496th nationally, 79th by position, and 71st in-state with a star rating of 0.8762 per 247 Sports. More impressive, Skinner held offers from programs like LSU, Kentucky, Miami, Maryland, Minnesota, NC State, Purdue, and Kansas.
The Commodores now rank 61st nationally (previously 69th) and still remain 14th in the SEC after Skinner’s commitment. With now 16 commits for the 2021 recruiting class, this group is starting to put a wrap on things.
Nonetheless, Commodore Nation, give a warm welcome to Vanderbilt’s new recruit, Quincey Skinner.