Gambroah Hoping for Commodore Offer!

Although this 6-1, 195 pound athlete from out of Riverside Military Academy is currently sporting offers from quite a few DI programs, he is looking to land a few more before it is all said and done. Including one from this emerging SEC program….

As many of you know, Vanderbilt's victory over Boston College in last year's Music City Bowl Game has been playing a significant role for the Commodores in regards to recruiting. No longer are high school football prospect looking at Vanderbilt as the laughing stock of the SEC. And you can simply tell by the number of commits the Commodores have landed early on. You can also tell by the number of prospects who are merely hoping to land an offer from the emerging SEC program some day. Such is the case with Riverside Military Academy's, Aaron Gambroah.

"Vanderbilt hasn't offered me a scholarship yet," Gambroah told "But hopefully they will soon. It would be an honor to play for a school such as Vanderbilt. They have really been stepping up their game in the SEC lately."

According to Gambroah, his relationship with Vanderbilt isn't merely something that just came about. "Vanderbilt has been expressing interest in me for a little while now," he said. "Coach Cain has been by the school quite a few times to check on me, and appears to have a good bit of interest in me. He feels like I'd fit pretty well with how they do things at Vanderbilt."

Currently the 6-1, 195 pound athlete has offers on the table from schools like UCF, UAB, Marshall, and Appalachian State to name a few. And although he is quite honored to have those particular offers in his back pocket, he admitted that an offer from the Vanderbilt, along with an offer from this particular ACC program wouldn't hurt his feelings. "Georgia Tech," Gambroah said. "They are one of my favorites. They are definitely in my top three overall. Right now I'd have to say my top three programs consist of GT, UCF, and Vanderbilt."

Gambroah shared with us that schools have been primarily recruiting him as an OLB/SS due to his size and his 4.5 speed. He also shared that he doesn't have a preference as to which position he'd rather play on the college level. He just simply wants to be in the best position to help his team out.

Gambroah has not set up any official visits as of yet. But he admitted that a trip to Nashville would definitely be under consideration, should the opportunity present itself. For now he will continue to focus and prepare for the upcoming 2009 football season, in hopes of closing out his senior year on a high note.

Last year as a junior, Gambroah recorded 111 tackles, 8 sacks, and 1 interception for Riverside Military Academy.

Stay tuned for more on this talented prospect from out of the state of Georgia. We will certainly keep you posted on the latest…

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