Calhoun transfer QB Nash Nance likes Vanderbilt

Calhoun quarterback Nash Nance received an offer from Vanderbilt during his Junior Day visit to Nashville this past weekend.

“It was an honor for [Coach Bobby] Johnson and his staff to offer me,” he said. “They are building something great at Vanderbilt and they strive for academic excellence.”

Is Vanderbilt a possibility for the 6-foot-3, 201-pound Darlington transfer?

“They are definitely a possibility because there is nothing not to like about it,” he said. “Committing right then and there was a small possibility because I still have not visited all my other schools.”

Nance has offers from Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Tennessee-Chattanooga and Harvard.

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    March 25th, 2009
    2:48 pm

    Go to Harvard Young man…