2013 Vanderbilt Signing Day Tracker

It's that time of year again. National Signing Day, a crucial day for every college football fan. Follow Vanderbilt signings right here on VandyMania.com.

Name POS HT/WT High School Notes Signed?

Jalen Banks
DB6-0, 190Harvey, IL
Thornton Township
Top ranked prep DB in Illinois picked VU over Nebraska, Wisconsin, Oregon, Missouri and others. Named first team All-State.

Tre Bell
DB5-11, 165Jersey City, NJ
St. Peters Preparatory School
Former Florida commit who opted for better academics at Vanderbilt.

Nigel Bowden
LB6-0, 238Macon, GA
Central High School
Bowden is considered one of the top linebackers in the southeast. Picked Vandy over offers from Georgia, Tennessee, Ole Miss and others.

Oren Burks
LB6-4, 195Lorton, VA
South County Secondary School
Burks, a speedy outside linebacker, turned down Nebraska, Penn State, Virginia, Miami and West Virginia to be a Commodore. (Fla.)

Carlos Burse
WR6-3, 204Alpharetta, GA
Alpharetta High School
3-star receiver has the size, speed and frame to star in the SEC.

Delando Crooks
OL6-4, 277Atlanta, GA
Carver High School
4-star lineman who was rated the No. 28 OT in the nation. Chose Vandy over the likes of Georgia, Auburn, Tennessee and many more.

Jordan Cunningham
WR6-1, 175Fort Lauderdale, FL
University School of Nova S.
Suprise signing day commit for Vandy! 3-star player will bolster the Commodores' receiving corps.

Sean Dowling
OL6-6, 265Fallbrook, CA
Fallbrook High School
Dowling is one of two Commodore 2013 commits who are already enrolled. Picked Vandy over UCLA, Oklahoma, Oregon, Arizona State and more.

C.J. Duncan
AT6-0, 188Montgomery, AL
St. James School
NOTE: Duncan has apparently signed with Vanderbilt LINK. However, the University has not made an announcement. It could be that Duncan will greyshirt. Duncan is one of Vandy's most recent commits. This speedy player could play a variety of positions on offense, defense or special teams.

Taurean Ferguson
CB5-10, 175Jonesboro, GA
Jonesboro High School
As a senior Ferguson has 80 tackles, five interceptions, and two forced fumbles. Had 25 catches on offense and also blocked two kicks.

Chad Kanoff
QB6-4, 195N Hollywood, CA.
Harvard-Westlake School
Completed 62 percent of his passes for 3,500 yards and 38 touchdowns.

Nathan Marcus
TE6-5, 220Glen Ellyn, IL
Glenbard West High School
Marcus had 58 catches for 925 yards and 8 touchdowns. Had 8 sacks on defense. Earned All- Conference and All-State honors.

Johnathon McCrary
QB6-3, 180Ellenwood, GA.
Cedar Grove High School
Rated one of the top QB prospects in the nation by several services, McCrary had a ton of offers including from schools such as Alabama, Ohio State Notre Dame and Oklahoma. McCrary is already enrolled as a student at Vandy.

Tommy Openshaw
PK6-2, 170Jacksonville, FL
Creekside High School
One of the top kicking prospects in the nation, Openshaw is accurate from long-range and has made a field goal from 56 yards. He's punted as far as 68 yards. Openshaw may greyshirt with Vandy depending on the number of 2013 signees.

Mitch Parsons
TE6-4, 220Parker, CO
Chaparral High School
Former Colorado commit who, as a senior, had 45 receptions for 754 yards and 7 TDs. Arizona State, Cal, BYU and Ole Miss also offered.

Gerald Perry II
WR5-11, 175Memphis, TN
Whitehaven High School
The speedster Perry caught 48 passes for 880 yards and 12 TDs.

Latevius Rayford
S6-0, 170Memphis, TN
Central High School
Played in Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl and Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game.

Darrius Sims
WR5-10, 170Memphis, TN.
Whitehaven High School
Averaged an impressive 21 yards per punt return. Intercepted four passes and returned two for TDs. Selected to Tennessee's All-State team.

Landon Stokes
DE6-4, 245Orlando, FL
Lake Highland Preparatory
Earned 2nd team All-State honors. Also had offers from Ole Miss, Louisville, West Virginia, NC State and more.

Brandon Vandenburg
TE6-6, 260Palm Desert, CA
College of the Desert
Caught 24 passes for 353 yards and 3 TDs. JUCO transfer who was selected Region IV All-California first team offense and first team all National Division, Central Conference.

Mack Weaver
DE6-6, 245Memphis, TN
Harding Academy
First team all-state Division II-A. Also had offers from Clemson, Arizona State, Tennessee, virginia, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and more.

Rapheal Webb
RB5-10, 190Gainesville, FL
Gainesville High School
Rushed for 2,020 yards and 28 touchdowns while leading team to State championship game. Averaged over 8 yards a carry.

Ryan White
CB5-9, 175Louisville, KY
Trinity High School
4-star player is ranked the No. 18 CB nationally by Scout.com. Offers from Michigan, Louisville, Notre Dame, Arkansas and more.

DeAndre Woods
WR6-4, 200Pinson, AL
Clay-Chalkville High School
A former Mississippi State commit, Woods had 36 receptions for 460 yards and 10 TDs during the 2012 regular season. USC, Auburn, Arkansas and others also offered him.

Jay Woods
DT6-2, 280Jackson, GA
Jackson High School
4-star player was likely Vanderbilt's most heavily recruited commit of 2013, at least on defense. Texas A&M, Georgia, Nebraska, Clemson and many more offered Woods.

Jonathan Wynn
DE6-4, 220Stone Mountain, GA
Stephenson High School
As a senior Wynn had 85 tackles, 8 1/2 sacks, 11 tackles for loss, one interception and one fumble caused.
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