Talented Local DB Chooses Vanderbilt

Commodore Nation received exciting news this morning as John Howse IV, a DB at Brentwood High School (Brentwood, TN), announced his intentions to stay close to home and play for Vanderbilt. The 6’2” 185lb. defensive back brings solid size to a position that contends with the best WRs in the country. Of his decision, John... Continue Reading →

Vanderbilt Trending for Talented 2021 Guards

2021 Shooting Guards D’Marco Dunn (Westover High, Fayetteville, North Carolina) and Gabe Dorsey (The Hill School, Pottstown, Pennsylvania) are trending towards Vanderbilt, per the 247Sports Crystal Ball.  Standout Guard D’Marco Dunn stands at 6’3, and averaged 20 points, 7 rebounds, and almost 3 steals last year for Westover High School. He received an offer from... Continue Reading →

Commodores Land 2020 Point Guard Trevon Thomas

Yesterday, Crestwood Prep (Ontario, Canada) Point Guard, Trevon Thomas announced his commitment to Coach Jerry Stackhouse and the Vanderbilt Commodores. Thomas averaged 24.2 points, 4.7 assists, 5.9 rebounds and almost 4 steals a game last year for Crestwood Prep. He’s not currently ranked, which isn’t unusual among international recruits, but he’s proven he can play... Continue Reading →

3-Star Running Back Commit Bolsters Commodore 2021 Class

On Tuesday, Hoover High School (Hoover, AL) standout, Dylan Betts-Pauley, committed to Vanderbilt, via Twitter.  The 6’1, 220-pound Running Back held offers from Tennessee, Kansas, and South Carolina, amongst others. Betts-Pauley is the 84th-Ranked Running Back in the 2021 Class, and is ranked as the 50th best player in the state of Alabama.  Vanderbilt Running... Continue Reading →

4-Star PG Peyton Daniels Commits to Vanderbilt

BOOM! Coach Stackhouse and company strike BIG once again on the recruiting trail. Moments ago 4-Star Point Guard Peyton Daniels announced he will he taking his talents to West End and will be wearing the black and gold! The Atlanta, Georgia native attends Tri-Cities (East Point, GA) Daniels, interestingly enough, played on Coach Stackhouse’s AAU... Continue Reading →

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