Vanderbilt's recruiting momentum continues as Commodores land commitment from Georgia tight end Cole Spence
Clark Lea’s Commodore program continues to gain momentum on the recruiting trail as Vanderbilt just landed its fourth commitment over the last two weeks.
The latest pledge for the program comes from tight end Cole Spence of Alpharetta, Ga. Spence announced his commitment on Thursday.
The 6-foot-6, 220-pound Georgia tight end rates as a three-star prospect and the No. 59 tight end in the country for the 2022 recruiting cycle according to 247Sports Composite Rankings. Spence commits to Vanderbilt over scholarship offers from Indiana, Liberty, Appalachian State, Arkansas State, UCF, USF and several Ivy League schools.
“I am very excited to announce that I have committed to play football for Vanderbilt University! Thank you to my family, friends, teammates and coaches for helping me through this process and pushing me to be the best I can be,” Spence posted.
“I am truly blessed to be surrounded by such great people, and to be given such amazing gifts by God. I believe that this is where God plans to use me for the next stage of my life. I am so excited and looking forward to every minute of it!”
Following this news, Vanderbilt now has four commitments in the program’s 2022 recruiting class.
To get an idea of what Vanderbilt is getting in Spence, check out his junior season highlight reel: