"I committed to Vanderbilt this morning," said punter Colby Cooke. "I kept falling love with the place. Everything was amazing."
"I said 'coach I want to be a Commodore,'" said Cooke as he described his conversation with head coach James Franklin.
Cooke averaged over 40 yards a punt as a junior and made 10-of-12 field goals including a long of 47 yards.
Cooke also had interest from Virginia, Virginia Tech, Richmond and South Carolina.
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Vanderbilt gains Virginia punter
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