Vanderbilt Commitment Visits Nashville

Vanderbilt Commitment Visits Nashville

Vanderbilt verbal commitment T.J. Greenstone from, Suwanee-Collins Hill, (Ga.) closed out his senior season in a first round play-off heart-breaker. Greenstone talks of his plans for the remainder of his senior year and his recent visit to Nashville.

"Our season ended last Friday," said T.J. Greenstone. "We had a big upsetting loss to Roswell 31-28. We played in a tough region this year. We finished 7-4."

"I had a pretty good year. I had 90 tackles and 12 sacks. I made the Georgia North/South All-Star game."

Greenstone considered playing another sport to close out his senior year.

"I had the opportunity to play basketball, but last season when I played I lost a lot of weight. I don't want that to happen this year. I not going to play. I am going to try to put on some weight. I want to get stronger and faster before I get to Vanderbilt."

The 6-3, 255-pound defensive tackle has taken two unofficial visits to Vanderbilt and was in Nashville for the game against the Volunteers.

"I have been up there for the Tennessee State and Tennessee game," he said. "The Tennessee State game was rainy, and I didn't get the full effect. The Tennessee game was nice."

"There were a lot of commits up there. The whole atmosphere of college game day was amazing. It blew me away. Besides the game part, it was amazing. I loved it."

Greenstone is happy with his college decision and will return to Vanderbilt January 12 for his official visit.

"I felt like it was the best decision for me," he said. "After the atmosphere of the Tennessee game I love it even more. I love the area. I love the school. It will set me up in the future with a great job." Recommended Stories

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