The Vanderbilt Commodores are undergoing a coaching change this offseason, transitioning from Bryce Drew to Jerry Stackhouse.
On Tuesday, Stackhouse landed a talented transfer forward from Notre Dame who will be a big part of the Commodores’ future.
As you can see below, former Fighting Irish starter DJ Harvey announced via Twitter that he was committing to Stackhouse’s Vandy program on Tuesday morning:
Coach Stackhouse and the coaching staff at Vanderbilt have something brewing over in Tennessee! Can’t wait to be apart of it… blessed and excited to say that I’ve committed to Vanderbilt University pic.twitter.com/pl6Kni9Uqd
— DJ Harvey (@TheRealDJHarvey) May 7, 2019
Harvey was a sophomore during the 2018-19 season and will have to sit out the 2019-20 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Harvey appeared in 29 games for the Irish last season, starting them all. He averaged 10.7 points and 4.2 rebounds in his final year in South Bend.