On Monday night, the Vanderbilt Commodores received excellent news.
4-star cornerback Donovan Sheffield, a former Vanderbilt commit, re-committed to the Commodores.
“I visited campus and the staff on Thursday it was an outstanding meeting,” Sheffield told Chris Smith of 24/7 Sports. “Then Saturday morning I woke up and said hey I want to go over to Vandy today, so me, my mom and dad went that way and had a great time again. During the scrimmage I looked over to my mom and asked her if she was comfortable enough yet for me to commit and she said yes, so once I got her confirmation I was ready.”
“After the practice was over me and Coach Mason had a meeting where I told him I was ready to become a Commodore again and he was jumping around everywhere in excitement. It feels good to be done with this process again because I have always known where I wanted to go so I just needed to get to know the staff before I was ready to get back on board. Everything is over now with me as I am 100% committed to Vanderbilt.”
The 5’11, 170-pound Sheffield attends Ensworth High School in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sheffield is ranked as the 19th best cornerback prospect, the seventh best overall prospect in the state of Tennessee and the 216th best overall prospect in the class of 2015, according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings.