"I'm proud to be a Commordore," Jacob Sealand
told Scout Sunday afternoon. "Vanderbilt
was the best fit for me and it really will set me up well in the long run."
"I kind of made my mind up last week and I knew it was the best option for me. They have a world class education, I think Coach Franklin can lead us to big wins, and I want to be part of the class that helps turn Vanderbilt around."
Sealand chose the Commordores over North Carolina, Purdue, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest in the end. His decision appears to be final.
"I am a man of my word and if I say something, I mean it. My commitment is rock solid and my word is my bond. I am not going back on my commitment."
The Tucker linebacker is currently 6-feet, 1-inch tall and 220 pounds.
Jacob Sealand was closing in on 20 scholarship offers, but he already had the one he needed. Vanderbilt is the school Sealand committed to on Sunday.
Sealand: "I'm proud to be a Commodore"
This Peach State LB talks about his decision here...
South Recruiting Manager
May 15, 2011