Defensive lineman David Carter of Fork Union Military Academy was a late addition to Vanderbilt's 2004 signing class. The 6-5 245-pounder, originally from Waynesboro, Pa., is now just a few weeks away from reporting to Vanderbilt for the opening of fall camp. In this VandyMania exclusive, Carter talks about his Fork Union days, his recruitment, and his expectations for his first season with the Commodores.
July 22, 2004
Vanderbilt received two football commitments over the weekend from defensive linemen, and the Commodores are awaiting a decision from the Mr. Football from the state of Alabama, quarterback Chris Nickson. Head coach Bobby Johnson hopes to deliver as many as 18 commitments on National Signing Day, Feb. 4.
January 26, 2004
As a football staff, Vanderbilt still considers itself in need of defensive linemen-- but help may soon be on the way. The Commodore recruiting staff is expecting to entertain at least three defensive line prospects on the next-to-last visit weekend before Feb. 4, National Signing Day. (Here's complete background information on all three.)
January 22, 2004