June 28th, 2012 07:26 AM║ Posted By: Josh Ward ║ Permalink
Tags: Carlos Burse, Florida State, Landon Stokes, SEC
Vanderbilt has received a commitment from an Orlando, Fla., prospect for the second time in as many days.
Wide receiver Dominic Walker from Evans High School committed to the Commodores on Wednesday, one day after Vanderbilt received a pledge from Orlando defensive end Landon Stokes.
“What I liked about Vanderbilt is just the atmosphere up there and the coaching staff as well,” Walker told 247Sports. “When I went up there in April, I felt needed. They send me mail in big old stacks. I get more mail than my mom. I’m going to make plays and try to help them win an SEC championship.”
Walker chose Vanderbilt over an impressive list of offers. Texas A&M and Florida State were finalists for Walker, who also considered Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Miami and Nebraska.
Vanderbilt has commitments from four receivers in the 2013 class: Walker, Carlos Burse from Alpharetta, Ga. and Gerald Perry and Latevius Rayford from Memphis.
Vanderbilt has 15 commitments for the class of 2013, which gives the Commodores the No. 15 ranked class in the country, according to 247Sports. Ten of the top 20 ranked teams in the country are from the SEC.
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