Head Coach Derek Mason announced an impressive list of 18 prospects that form Vanderbilt's 2015 signing class.
Mason praised the class, which includes 10 signees on offense, seven on defense, and one listed as an athlete.
"I would describe this class much like a year ago. This is a group of talented players who bring high character and strong academic backgrounds to Vanderbilt," Mason said. "It also speaks directly to who we are, who we want to be, and where we're going.
Virtually all of Mason's signees were captains of their teams. The class includes one Prep All-America and 13 All-State recipients. Four others were in important postseason All-American games.
Mason's recruiting effort attacked several depth concerns on the roster. The class includes four prospects at offensive line and linebacker, and two hopefuls at tight end and running back.
Mason's staff crossed the nation getting in front of prospects. The class includes signees from 12 different states.
The staff addressed needs at several key positions. This class features four offensive linemen, four linebackers, and two signees at tight end and running backs.
HIGHLY RANKED PROSPECTS
The class includes three prospects with 4-star rankings. Seventeen of the 18 signees received 3-star rankings.
Vanderbilt has announced season ticket information for its 2015 home schedule which features six games, including four against teams coming off bowl victories. Season tickets start at $120 and are available at a lower per-game price than they were in 2014.
Vanderbilt will hold its annual Black & Gold Spring Game on Saturday, March 21 at 1 p.m. CT. Admission to the spring game will be free.