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Vanderbilt had three players selected in the 2014 NFL Draft. Wide receiver Jordan Matthews was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2nd round, offensive lineman Wesley Johnson was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 5th round and cornerback Andre Hal was tabbed by the Houston Texans in the 7th round.

The three NFL selections were the most in a single year since 2008 when three Commodores were also tabbed.

Additionally, seven other players looked to continue their careers by signing free agent contracts or accepting an invitation for a tryout.

The seven former Commodores expected in upcoming NFL rookie camps are All-Southeastern Conference safety Kenny Ladler, all-conference placekicker Carey Spear, wide receiver Jonathan Krause, defensive end Walker May, cornerback Steven Clarke, safety Javon Marshall and linebacker Chase Garnham.

Steven Clarke, Miami
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Chase Garnham, Tampa Bay
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Jonathan Krause, Cleveland
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Kenny Ladler, Buffalo
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Javon Marshall, Atlanta
Marshall Through the Years | Career Bio Get Acrobat Reader

Walker May, Atlanta
May Through the Years | Career Bio Get Acrobat Reader

Carey Spear, Philadelphia
Spear Through the Years | Career Bio Get Acrobat Reader



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