Photos of Vanderbilt's football game against UAB on Sept. 28, 2013. Photos by John Russell.
Honors 2015 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll 2014 Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015 Fromang became a starter at offensive tackle when Andrew Jelks was lost to a season-ending injury... Played in all 12 games at right tackle, earning starts against Western Kentucky, Georgia, Middle Tennessee, South Carolina, Missouri, Houston and Tennessee... Registered 20 pancake blocks during the season.
2014 Fromang played in all 12 games for the Commodores, seeing action as a tight end and special teams contributor... After switching from tackle to tight end during preseason camp, Fromang's snaps came in jumbo offensive alignments.
2013 Fromang showed plenty of progress during his first season as a contributor... Played in 10 games as reserve offensive tackle and conversion unit lineman... Enjoyed steady increase in minutes during first half of season, then overcame injuries to finish season on strong note.
2012 Fromang redshirted during his first season on campus, while contributing as a practice squad offensive lineman... Improved strength through an effective effort in the weight room.
High School Senior captain for one of central Florida's top private schools... Three-year starter at offensive tackle, moving to left tackle for junior and senior seasons... As senior, named All-District and All-County OL... Listed among Top 60 players in central Florida by Orlando Sentinel... Helped Highlanders to state playoffs in 2010 and 2011... Played in postseason Central Florida All-Star Game... Also earned letters as thrower in track and field.
Personal Blake Andrew Fromang... Majoring in Human and Organizational Development... Son of Jennifer Eden and Lilburn Railey... Born June 6, 1994... Both parents are attorneys... Has an older sister, Whitney, and three brothers: Brian, Hunter and Spencer... Two of the brothers, Brian and Hunter, measure 7'0" and play college basketball... Men's basketball coach at Lake Highland Prep is former Commodore standout Jeff Turner.