Thursday, July 16, 2009

Vanderbilt gets 16th commitment... and he's NOT from Georgia

The Commodores just got a commitment from Myron Ross of Ambler, Pa. He's the first commitment north of the Georgia border. That's 16 commitments and it's the middle of July — Vandy signed 17 total in the signing class of 2009.

Ross isn't a name many fans have been talking about. In fact, right now ESPN doesn't even list him in its database of recruits. He's listed by and but has no stars from those guys.

Ross is big and strong and fast (6-1, 205 pounds, benches 350, runs a 4.5, 10.9 100M) and his coach calls him a "very physical player on both sides of the ball" and "very explosive."

He got offers from Pittsburgh, Boston College, Northwestern, Temple and Richmond.

Vandy's still got offers out to two other Pennsylvania kids, running back Ibraheim Campbell of Philadelphia and safety Eric Williams of Fairless Hills, wherever that is. Both are three-star guys.

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