The Vanderbilt Commodores have been active on the graduate transfer market this offseason, and on Monday, they added another piece to their 2019 class.
This time, it’s former Marist DT Eddie Zinn-Turner, who played for three seasons at Marist before deciding to head to the SEC.
As you can see below, Zinn-Turner announced that he’d be heading to Nashville for his final year of eligibility via Twitter:
— EZT (@EddieZinnTurner) February 4, 2019
In three seasons at Marist, Zinn-Turner recorded 121 tackles (14 for a loss) and six sacks. He also forced two fumbles.
He’ll bring some experience to the Vandy defensive line, and his size in the middle will be a big plus in 2019 for the Commodores.