McCoy talks Vanderbilt commitment

Seffner (Fla.) Armwood offensive tackle Kevin McCoy committed to Vanderbilt during his weekend official visit. He said the decision was an easy one.
"Since the beginning of my senior football year I've been waiting for that 'feeling' from Vanderbilt and UCF," McCoyd said. "I finally got it.
"I am a Commodore," McCoy added.

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The 6-foot-6, 280-pound offensive lineman said that his weekend visit helped to show him that he is making the right choice with selecting the SEC program.
"Vanderbilt is the perfect place for me," McCoy said. "Academically and athletically. Its somewhere I can comfortably call home for the next four or five years."
The three-star offensive tackle will sign with Vanderbilt on Wednesday and said he had no second thoughts when he reached his decision to pledge to James Franklin and company.
"I believe in the coaches, their aspirations for Vanderbilt, and with no doubt in my mind I am anchoring down," McCoy said.
McCoy also held offers from Auburn, Central Florida, Eastern Michigan, Florida Illinois, Indiana, Louisville, and South Florida.