Ka'Morreun Pimpton, 6-5 TE out of Fort Worth, Texas, announces SEC commitment
Ka’Morreun Pimpton, a 6-foot-5 and 210-pound tight end out of Fort Worth, Texas (Brewer), has announced a commitment to play in the SEC.
Pimpton committed to Vanderbilt on Tuesday after he’s received a reported 12 offers, including Colorado State and Rice. He’s Vanderbilt 12th commitment of the class of 2023. The 3-star recruit is the No. 31 tight end in the country in this class, and the No. 110 player in the state of Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite. Pimpton was recruited to Vanderbilt by Justin Lustig and Joey Lynch.
Vandy247 noted that Pimpton is an unusually strong field athlete for someone of his frame. Pimpton holds personal records of 54-10 in the shot put and 160-10 in the discus; he held additional Power Five offers from Pittsburgh and Washington State.
“He’s a legitimate 6-foot-5-plus and more than 200 pounds with outstanding throws data in the spring, an enormous catch radius, and impressive body control and adjustment skill for such a long-levered athlete whose center of gravity is not at all concentrated,” Gabe Brooks of 247Sports wrote of Pimpton.
Vanderbilt reportedly sent multiple coaches to Fort Worth to see Pimpton work out in person.
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Here’s his highlights from Hudl: