Reagan makes the switch to Vandy

Clarksville (TN) high school offensive lineman Bruno Reagan switched his commitment from South Florida to Vanderbilt on Sunday morning.

"Toughest decision of my life. I will play football at THE Vanderbilt University," tweeted Bruno Reagan on Sunday morning.

Reagan had visited South Florida last weekend and committed to the Bulls staff. However, he chose to take on more visit nearby Vanderbilt. That visit started on Friday and ran through Sunday.

As a senior, Reagan graded out at 88 percent as an offensive tackle, with 21 pancake blocks and giving up no sacks.

Following his senior season the 6-foot-4, 300 pound Reagan earned TSWA first team all-state honors at the class 5A level. During his junior year as a heavyweight wrestler he was a 50-0 state champion and that should make him an even better football player.

In addition to Vanderbilt and South Florida, Reagan also had offers from Connecticut, Middle Tennessee, Georgia State and hometown Austin Peay. Top Stories