2010 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?

Rajaan Bennett
RB5-10, 202 Powder Springs, Ga.
McEachern High School
3-star prospect by Scout.com, 4-star according to some services. Powerful runner who chose Vanderbilt over Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisville, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Chris Boyd
WR6-5, 190 Roswell, Ga.
Roswell High School
Tall, rangy receiver with good hands and speed. Could contribute as a freshman. 3-star prospect chose Vandy over Illinois, Indiana, Western Kentucky and MTSU.

Andrew Bridges
OT6-6, 240 Watkinsville, Ga.
Westminster Christian Academy
2-star Scout.com prospect has the frame to develop into another Chris Williams.

Karl Butler
CB6-0, 182 New Orleans, La.
Brother Martin High School
Talented defensive back has decent speed and great instincts. Chose Vanderbilt over Arizona, Colorado, SMU, Tulane and Tulsa.

Steven Clarke
CB5-10, 180 Lauderdale Lakes, Fla.
Boyd H. Anderson High School
Gifted corner has 4.45 speed. Chose Vanderbilt over Connecticut and Miami (Fla.).

Chase Garnham
OLB6-2, 210 Fairhope, Ala.
Fairhope High School
Garnham excelled as a linebacker in high school. Has the size and speed (4.40) that can help him to be a solid linebacker at Vanderbilt. Chose Vandy over UAB, Southern Miss, Furman and others.

Blake Gowder
FB6-2, 201Blairsville, Ga.
Union County High School
Gowder has good hands, size and speed. Could end up as either a linebacker or H-back at Vandy. Had offers from Air Force, Furman and several others.

Andre Hal
CB5-11, 160Port Allen, La.
Port Allen High School
Another solid future Commodore secondary player. He was offered by Nebraska, Tulane, Louisiana Tech and Miami (Ohio) in addition to Vandy.

James Kittredge
DE6-4, 260Ramsey, N.J.
Don Bosco Prep School
Exciting 3-star lineman from mythical national champion, Don Bosco Prep. Could play on either side of the ball. Had over 14 offers from FBS schools, mostly the BCS type.

Jonathan Krause
WR5-11, 162Snellville, Ga.
South Gwinnett High School
Another solid receiver with good hands and speed. Chose the Commodores over Ole Miss, Stanford, Mississippi State and Toledo.

Kenneth Ladler
S5-11, 188Stone Mountain, Ga.
Stephenson High School
Another impressive future Commodore secondary member. Ladler was rated as Vandy's top commit by ESPN. Chose VU over South Carolina, Kentucky, Toledo and others.

Fitz Lassing
LB6-3, 225Nashville, Tenn.
MBA
Over 1,400 yards rushing as a senior.

Jordan Matthews
WR6-2, 185 Madison, Ala.
Madison Academy
Talented receiver can do what VU needs: catch the ball! Matthews had 61 receptions and 8 picks as a senior.

Jared Morse
DT6-3, 260 Oxford, Ala.
Oxford High School
Big, strong and quick describe Morse. The 3-star defensive lineman chose Vandy over Florida State, Arkansas, Kentucky and Tulane.

Jerrell Priester
RB5-9, 170Fairfax, S.C.
Allendale-Fairfax High School
Priester has solid speed, which Vanderbilt needs. Still wavering just before signing day, Priester committed to Vandy over Kentucky, Notre Dame, Duke and East Carolina.
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Trenton Pruitt
WR5-10, 175Fitzgerald, Ga.
Fitzgerald High School
Tough, hard nosed player who was responsible for 26 touchdowns as a senior. Threat at both running and catching the ball. Chose Vandy over Georgia Southern and Troy.

Grant Ramsay
OG6-5, 280Marietta, Ga.
Pope High School
Solid offensive lineman who has the size to contribute if needed as a freshman. Chose Vandy over offers from Minnesota, Marshall, East Carolina, Florida International and Central Florida.

Jordan Rodgers
QB6-2, 210Oroville, Calif.
Butte Junior College
At Butte JC Rogers completed 58% of his passes for over 2,400 yards and 18 touchdowns. Chose Vanderbilt over Kansas and Western Kentucky.

Thomas Ryan
DE6-4, 240Marathon, Fla.
Marathon High School
Heavily recruited defensive end who played in the recent USA versus the World game. Chose Vanderbilt over Florida State, Kentucky, Tennessee, Colorado State and others.

Andre Simmons
S6-1, 195Lorton, Va.
South County High School
Simmons has the size and speed to play either safety or corner at Vandy. Another widely sought player. Had offers from West Virginia, Rutgers, Northwestern, Maryland, Boston College and others.

Carey Spear
K5-11, 185Mayfield, Ohio
Mayfield High School
Spear tied the Ohio high school record for longest field goal: 61 yards. He chose the Commodores over Ball State, Miami (Ohio) and Harvard.

Logan Stewart
OG6-4, 268Boiling Springs, S.C.
Boiling Springs High School
Strong, intelligent lineman, who has good technique. Stewart picked VU over home state South Carolina, East Carolina, Air Force and others.

Vince Taylor
DT6-0, 265Hattiesburg, Miss.
Oak Grove Attendance School
Taylor is a big, strong defensive lineman who has a knack for making plays. Picked Vanderbilt over Tennessee, Mississippi State, Stanford, Duke and others.

Chase White
OT6-5, 255Plano, Texas
Plano West High School
One of Vanderbilt first commits, White has the frame and quickness to develop into a Chris Williams type player. Had an offer from Houston are serious interest from Oklahoma State.

Kyle Woestmann
DE6-4, 260Marietta, Ga.
Walton High School
Woestmann has all the tools to someday be an all-SEC defensive lineman. He chose Vandy over Georgia, Georgia Tech, Boston College, Clemson, Stanford, Ole Miss, Duke, Purdue and others.
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