Vanderbilt has been awfully familiar with roster management this offseason as the Commodores have seen a host of players move on and off the roster in one way or another. The Commodores saw another player hit the transfer portal when safety Tae Daley reportedly made that decision.

Matt Zenitz of reported the news and said Daley had 57 tackles and three interceptions in nine games last season.

Daley started nine games last year at safety, and made 35 solo solo tackles, and added one forced fumble. He also had two interceptions at Florida, which was the most for a Commodore since 2015.

Daley was consistent throughout, as he reached 100 career tackles with five stops against Kentucky, a career-high 16 tackles at South Carolina. He recorded eight solo stops and 11 total against Missouri.

Daley also started eight games as a sophomore in 2018, and played in 24 games total his first two seasons on the West End.

The 6-foot, 198-pounder is from Warner Robins (Northside) Georgia where he had 13 interceptions in his career. He reportedly chose Vanderbilt over the likes of South Carolina, Wisconsin and Purdue.