Point Guard Jason Nelson Set to Make Decision Thursday

On May 15, point guard prospect Jason Nelson narrowed his college choice down to two: Vanderbilt and Richmond. On Thursday, he will narrow it down to one. Nelson, a 5’10”, 175 lb 2021 recruit from John Marshall High School in Richmond, Virginia announced on Twitter that he would make his college decision June 25. He... Continue Reading →

RECRUITING: Stackhouse Sends Out Three Offers

While sports remain on hold, recruiting is heating up as Coach Stackhouse has had a busy week.  In addition to promoting Damany Hendrix to assistant coach Tuesday, he also extended three scholarship offers to 2021 prospects. The first offer came last Friday of Memorial Day weekend to Frankie Collins, a 6’1” point guard from Arizona. The... Continue Reading →

BREAKING: David Grace and Ricardo Patton Out

Vanderbilt basketball is losing assistant coaches David Grace and Ricardo Patton, moves that were sudden and unexpected given the timing of this unusual recruiting season. Simon Gibbs of The Vanderbilt Hustler was first to break this surprising news. While Vanderbilt confirmed the coaching departures, no official reason or statement was given.  https://twitter.com/vuhustlersports/status/1260019392017883137 After Jerry Stackhouse... Continue Reading →

4-star Tyrin Lawrence will announce on Thursday

Written by: Brian A. Carlson Thursday could be a big day for the Vanderbilt basketball program.  Tyrin Lawrence, one of the prized remaining unsigned prospects, will select a college destination from his final three choices: Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, and California. Lawrence is a three-star combo guard from Madison, Georgia, but played a post-graduate year at Sunrise... Continue Reading →

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