"Our season was pretty rough, we had a lot of injuries. We lost in the first round of the playoffs to Dunbar. I'm in the Central Florida All Star game (tonight), so I'm really excited about that. I played great this year but I feel like I still could've done better at times."
Fromang, 5-foot-7 and 280 pounds, committed to Vanderbilt earlier in the process and talked about the season they had.
"I was excited to see the season Vanderbilt had, they're going to a bowl game. My favorite part about their season was seeing them beat Wake Forest; and just to see that they're improving. The first year coach did an amazing job."
Fromang says he is no longer being recruited by other programs.
"Schools don't really call me anymore, I'll get some occasional mail but that's about it. Vanderbilt came to my house to meet my family, that was really cool."
No more visits are on the schedule for the future Commodore.
"I don't have any other official visits planned. Once I visited Vanderbilt I knew it was for me. It was everything I wanted and I haven't had a second thought since."
The standout offensive line prospect claims a 3.5 GPA and a 1010 SAT score.