Georgia receiver is Vandy's third commitment

Vanderbilt has picked up its third football commitment for 2004 in Bryant Anderson, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound wide receiver from Centennial High School in Roswell, Ga., according to Saturday's edition of <i>The Tennessean.</i>

Vanderbilt has picked up its third football commitment for 2004 in Bryant Anderson, a 6-foot-4, 200-pound wide receiver from Centennial High School in Roswell, Ga., according to Saturday's edition of The Tennessean.

Anderson, a rising senior and the son of Atlanta Falcons executive vice-president and former agent Ray Anderson, is described as a very athletic receiver with good size who could play wide receiver, tight end or H-back. He reportedly attended camps at Stanford, Georgia and Vanderbilt this summer before settling on the Commodores.

Anderson helped contribute to an 11-1 season in 2002 for Coach Mike Cloy's region 6-AAAAA champs. The Knights went undefeated in 2002 until meeting up with eventual state champion Lilburn-Parkview in the second round of the AAAAA playoffs. He has also played basketball and soccer for the Knights.

Anderson becomes the third commitment for Coach Bobby Johnson's recruiting class of 2004. Also committing this week was Jeremy Gales, a 6-5, 260-pound defensive lineman from Columbia, Tenn.

Verbal commitments are non-binding. High school players are not permitted to sign letters-of-intent until February, 2004.


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