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The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University

The Vanderbilt Hustler

The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University.
The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University

The Vanderbilt Hustler

The official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University.

Recruiting: Vanderbilt adds pair of three-star recruits to 2024 class

Guard Tyler Tanner and center Jamie Vinson will join the Commodores next year.
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Nikita Rohila
Jerry Stackhouse coaches from the sidelines against LSU at the SEC Tournament, as photographed on Mar. 9, 2023. (Hustler Multimedia/Nikita Rohila)

Adding to his 2024 class, head coach Jerry Stackhouse has received signings from two three-star recruits, Tyler Tanner and Jamie Vinson. The pair will join fellow three-star recruit and Vanderbilt commit Karris Bilal as the foundation of The Commodores’ 2024 class. After signing five freshmen to his 2023 class, Stackhouse will continue to search for talent to fill the potential voids to be left by Ezra Manjon, Tyrin Lawrence and a number of other Vanderbilt upperclassmen. 

Tanner, hailing from Brentwood Academy, chose Vanderbilt over Ole Miss, Belmont and several other Power 5 schools. As a junior, Tanner averaged 19.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.8 assists en route to earning the Gatorade Tennessee Boys Basketball Player of the Year award. At 6’1”, 165 pounds, Tanner is a crafty playmaker who can help assume responsibilities in Stackhouse’s rebuilt 2024 backcourt.

Adding his first big man of the class, Stackhouse will welcome Oak Hill product Vinson to Memorial Gymnasium next season. At 6’10”, 220 pounds, Vinson will predominantly play center for the Commodores and could see early minutes as a depth piece in Vanderbilt’s frontcourt. Vinson chose the Commodores over California, Ole Miss and others.

After securing three members of the 2024 class, Stackhouse will look to fill out the rest of his future roster in the coming months.

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Anish Mago, Deputy Sports Editor
Anish Mago ('24) is from West Windsor, N.J., and is studying economics and political science in the College of Arts and Science. He previously served as a staff writer for the Sports section. When not writing for The Hustler, Anish enjoys playing basketball and rooting for all Philly sports. He can be reached at .
Nikita Rohila, Deputy Social Media Director
Nikita Rohila ('25) is from a small town in Arkansas and is majoring in psychology and medicine, health and society in the College of Arts and Science. During her free time, she enjoys roaming around the city and getting cinematic-style shots for her photography account! You can reach her at [email protected].
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