Georgia O-lineman selects the Commodores

Hamilton "Hambone" Holliday, a highly regarded offensive lineman from Walton High School in Marietta, Ga., became the Commodores' fourth football commitment over the weekend. Holliday turned down offers from five schools to accept a scholarship from Vandy. Recruiting analyst Scott Kennedy spoke with Holliday Monday about his decision.

Hamilton Holliday of Walton High School in Marietta, GA has made a commitment to play in the SEC.

Hamilton Holliday is a three star offensive line prospect by, and he is widely considered one of the top center prospects in the south. He has gotten his recruitment over with this week with a commitment to Vanderbilt. Holliday chose the Commodores over offers from Clemson, Duke, Indiana, Louisville, and Tulane.

"I made a commitment to Vanderbilt," said Holliday. "I like the fact that they are in the SEC, and it's a great school. They have been my favorite coaching staff so far, and I went to camps at Vanderbilt, Clemson, Duke, North Carolina, and Stanford. Coach Cain is recruiting me for Vanderbilt. It's just a good place to be really. My Grand-dad went to Vanderbilt, and I know he wanted me to go there, and I just really started liking it."

Holliday has been working out with the team and with a personal trainer all summer, and he is now benching 375 pounds with a squat of 440.

Walton High School opens up with a big region showdown with McEachern at the Georgia Dome on Saturday August 30. Top Stories