Vanderbilt Spring Football: Dores No Longer Awash In Quarterbacks

Starting up spring football on Friday: the Bowling Green Falcons, Louisiana Tech Bulldogs, Vanderbilt Commodores and Western Michigan Broncos. Let's talk about Vandy, the team with fifty-leven quarterbacks.

They actually have whittled down that famous quarterback depth chart already, with Josh Grady, Lafonte Thourogood and Kris Kentera finding new positions. Grady's switching to wide receiver, Thourogood's now a running back and big Kentera looks more like a tight end.

Jordan Rodgers, brother of that other Rodgers, remains the presumed starter, but could all that shuffling be setting up for a Danny O'Brien transfer? Anchor of Gold ponders:

Could these moves suggest that room is being made for potential Maryland transfer Danny O'Brien? The former ACC Freshman of the Year has strong connections to James Franklin and his staff and has been rumored to have Vandy in his top three choices for his next destination. However, it's possible that the 'Dores are just cleaning up to get their best athletes the most possible playing time.

Elsewhere in roster adjustments, the Dores lose offensive lineman Mylon Brown and receiver Brady Brown.

For more on Vandy football, visit Vanderbilt blog Anchor Of Gold, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills.

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