"I haven't been anywhere else this summer. I have been focused on my upcoming season and working out with my school. I have already committed and didn't feel like I needed to go anywhere."
Cagle talks about his visit to Nashville and reflects on his early decision.
"I got another tour of the campus. My dad and I had a good time in Nashville. We enjoyed what Nashville has to offer as a city," he said.
"Vanderbilt has a great reputation as an academic school. I am interested in geology and biological science. They have a good school for those programs. They have great coaches, and I like the players. The players seem focused and enjoy it. There is a positive attitude around the team."
The 6-foot-5, 268-pound prospect plays on both sides of the ball, but will stick to offense when he arrives on campus.
"They recruited me as a general offensive lineman. I play offensive guard, tackle, defensive tackle and defensive end. They have talked about guard and blind side tackle--just somewhere on the offensive line in general," Cagle said.
"I don't really have a preference. At guard I am really good at pulling. Vanderbilt's offensive scheme is designed for all the lineman get to get out and block downfield. I really like that."
When asked his strengths and what he hopes to improve Cagle replied, "Obviously I am very versatile. I can play both offensive and defensive line. I think I have good ability to move and get to the linebackers."
"I am trying to get bigger and stronger mostly. At the end of last season I was at 250-pounds. Now I am up to 268-pounds."
"Iowa State has offered me since my commitment. I plan to go back to Vanderbilt during the football season. I don't plan on visiting any other school," Cagle concluded.