authors Cory Woodroof
Though he is committed to play baseball at Auburn, Brentwood High School quarterback Cade Granzow now has another SEC offer — this time for a different sport.
The Bruins quarterback shared on his personal Twitter account that he picked up a football offer from Vanderbilt on Tuesday night.
“Humbled to receive an offer from Vanderbilt University. Praise God! Psalm 118:1,” he shared in a Tweet.
Granzow’s football recruiting process has yet to reach the level of interest of a school like Vanderbilt, but the offer from the Commodores may give him a difficult decision to make come next spring.
A three-star dual-threat QB according to 247Sports’ composite rankings, the rising senior has football offers from Kansas, MTSU, Murray State, Air Force and UAB. But the Vandy offer may hint that he’s on the radar of more high-profile programs in the Power 5.
Granzow completed 134 of 224 passes for 1,511 yards and 14 touchdowns against just four interceptions last year for the Bruins, who went 10-3 before losing to state runner-up Ravenwood in the TSSAA playoffs. He also added 374 yards rushing and 12 more touchdowns on the ground.
Granzow could keep the commitment he made to Auburn early last year to play baseball, or he could pursue a football career post-graduation and play for an SEC school such as Vanderbilt.
More offers could certainly come, and his recruiting profile could continue to grow with another standout season and potential deep playoff run for the Bruins in 2020.