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Commodores travel to Knoxville for regular season finale
Commodores' uniforms on Saturday will feature names of fallen soldiers
Offensive front replacing two key starters from '16
Burks, Lealao, Reagan, Webb and White named by magazine
Commodores return from Spring Break with a strong showing at Spring Practice on Monday
Photos from Vanderbilt's 42-24 victory over Tennessee in Knoxville. Photos by Joe Howell (11/25/17)
Vanderbilt vs. Kentucky - Nov. 11, 2017 (Photos by Steve Green)
Photos by John Russell
Vanderbilt vs. Alabama A&M on Sept. 9, 2017 - Photos by Joe Howell and John Russell
Vanderbilt vs. Ole Miss on Nov. 19, 2016.
2016 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2015-16 Freshman SEC Academic Honor Roll
Skule started all 12 games, running his consecutive starts streak to 25 games... As a junior, moved to left tackle, serving as the blindside protector for quarterback Kyle Shurmur... Played in 98 percent of team's 751 offensive snaps... Credited with 19 domination blocks from his tackle position... Part of offensive line that permitted just 19 quarterback sacks, more than a dozen less than previous year... Also contributed on special team conversion units.
Skule started all 13 games as a sophomore... Played more than 90 percent of team's offensive snaps at right tackle... By the end of the season, Skule and the line played a huge role in running Ralph Webb becoming the team's all-time leading rusher and sophomore Kyle Shurmur producing one of the finest seasons ever by a Commodore quarterback... Skule and the line helped the Commodore offense improved in nearly every stat category from 2015, including points scored, first downs, total yards and red-zone efficiency where the unit produced points on 43 of 46 possessions inside the 20-yard line.
As a true freshman, Skule showed excellent promise, becoming a starter on the offensive line only to suffer a midseason injury that prematurely ended his campaign... Played in seven games, earning starts at right tackle in victory against Austin Peay and at Ole Miss... Registered 20 pancake blocks while playing 233 offensive snaps... Missed the Florida, Kentucky, Texas A&M and Tennessee games after sustaining injury at Houston.
Senior captain... Two-year starter at LT for Northern Virginia power... Helped Wildcats to 27-3 overall record, including 2013 Class AAA state championship and 2014 state title appearance... As senior, registered nearly 30 pancake blocks as Wildcats' Wing-T offense produced nearly 4,600 rushing yards... Named to sportswriters' First Team AAA All-State and Washington Post's prestigious All-Metro Team as senior... Totalled more than 50 pancake blocks and allowed just one QB sack as two-year starter... Threw shot put and discus on track & field team as junior... Honors student.
Justin Grant Skule... Pronounced "School"... Born Nov. 23, 1996... Son of Josh and Christy Skule... Dad works for the FBI; mom is an office assistant... Has three siblings: two brothers, Jackson and Joe, and a sister, Taylor... Dad played offensive line at the U.S. Naval Academy... Working toward a degree in Economics.