NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Vanderbilt Commodores have signed three guards to national letters of intent for 2014, helping fill a gaping need in the backcourt.
Vanderbilt announced Wednesday that Wade Baldwin IV from Metuchen, N.J.; Matthew Fisher-Davis of Charlotte, N.C.; and Riley LaChance of Brookfield, Wis., all signed their letters of intent. The trio all are ranked in the top 100 by scouting services in a class ranked No. 24 nationally by ESPN.com and No. 26 by Rivals.com.
Coach Kevin Stallings currently has only four perimeter players, with Kedren Johnson suspended for this year. Stallings said he's very excited about the help the three guards will bring to the perimeter next season.
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