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3-star tight end set to visit Vandy

When Mitchell Parsons de-committed from Colorado in late October, Vanderbilt was quick to make contact. The 6-foot-5, 240-pound tight end, who put up big receiving numbers in his senior year at Parker (Colo.) Chaparral High School, plans on rewarding the Commodore staff's ardent recruiting efforts with an official visit.

"Vanderbilt offered me the week of homecoming in September," said Mitchell Parsons. "They really liked my size and speed. I can up up field fast and allow them to stretch the field and I'm big and can block. They said they liked how well I do both. "When staff calls me I usually talk to Coach Rahne, but I hear from Coach Franklin and Coach Bankins. I've...

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