Fisher-Davis commits to Vanderbilt

Matthew Fisher-Davis is off the board and headed to a SEC school. The 6-foot-5 shooting guard committed to Vanderbilt on Sunday.

Matthew Fisher-Davis ended his recruitment late Sunday evening.

According to a source, Fisher-Davis, a 6-foot-5 guard out of Charlotte (N.C.) Christian School, picked the Commodores over scholarship offers from Wake Forest, Virginia and Georgia.

Vanderbilt first began recruiting Fisher-Davis in mid-July after watching him at the Peach State Classic with the Charlotte Nets. Vanderbilt was able to get him on campus in late August for an official visit.

With his play in July, Fisher-Davis played his way into Scout.com's top 100. He's known for his ability to shoot form long-range, but is also a capable scorer from mid-range. Fisher-Davis is ranked as the No. 21 shooting guard and the No. 94 overall prospect in the 2014 class.

Vanderbilt now has a pair of commitments in their 2014 recruiting class. Fisher-Davis joins three-star combination guard Wade Baldwin to make up their current class.

Vanderbilt assistant coach Yanni Hufnagel was the point man on Fisher-Davis' recruitment.


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