Cole Spence signed a National Letter of Intent to play football for Vanderbilt University on Wednesday, December 15. Look inside to get the scoop on this exciting addition to the 2022 Vanderbilt class.
Cole Spence Profile
Cole Spence is a 6-foot-6, 220 pound tight end from Roswell, Georgia. He is a student at Mount Pisgah Christian School located in Johns Creek, Ga.
Spence is considered one of the top 2022 high school football prospects in the state of Georgia. He is ranked No. 69 nationally at his position by 247Sports.
Rivals.com rated Spence at 5.5. A rivals rating of 6.1 or higher is considered a “Franchise Player,” A rivals rating of 6.0 to 6.8 is considered commensurate as a “All American Candidate,” a rivals rating 5.7 to 5.5 is considered an “All Region Selection,” and a rating of 5.2-5.4 is viewed as a “Low End FBS prospect.”
In addition to Vanderbilt, some of Spence‘s more notable offers included Buffalo, Arkansas State, Akron and Appalachian State.
Spence is one of over 19 known 2022 football commits for Vanderbilt. That number could change due to additional commits or decommits.
Cole Spence Highlights
🚨Blessed & Honored to be 110% committed to Vanderbilt University⚓️⬇️ @Coach_Lea @coachjoeylynch @bartonsimmons @coachofwarriors @CoachPearce11 @RivalsWoody @Mansell247 @ChadSimmons_ pic.twitter.com/JPXzGrW005
— AJ Swann¹⁰ (@ajswann10) December 5, 2021