Derek Mason's first Vanderbilt recruiting class is up to 17 after adding two more commits Monday. Vanderbilt has added eight commitments since Sunday morning.
Offensive tackle Andrew Mike of Tucson, Arizona announced his decision to join Vanderbilt instead of Arkansas, Florida and Penn State.
Mike is ranked as the 60th offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com.
Following Mike's decision was the commitment from wide reciever Caleb Scott from Gwinnett, GA. Scott is the son of former Vanderbilt All-American and NFL receiver Chuck Scott.
His mother, Julie, was a Vanderbilt cheerleader. Scott finished his senior season at North Gwinnett High with72 receptions for 1,057 yards and 10 touchdowns.