Vanderbilt safety and former Baylor School standout Brendon Harris announced via social media Monday that he was entering the NCAA transfer portal and would use his final two seasons of eligibility elsewhere.
The 6-foot-1, 214-pounder came off the bench in all 12 contests this year for the 2-10 Commodores, amassing 34 tackles and two pass breakups. He started three games in both the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
"These last four years have improved me as a person and as a player," Harris posted on Twitter, "and I am grateful for the unique experiences not many get a chance to have."
Vols snag Christian Harrison
Tennessee received its 16th commitment for the 2022 recruiting cycle Monday night, receiving a nonbinding pledge from Christian Harrison, a 6-foot, 183-pound defensive back from Atlanta's Woodward Academy. The son of former San Diego Chargers and New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison received scholarship offers within the past month from Missouri, Virginia, Nebraska and Maryland, and he is the nation's No. 99 cornerback and No. 1,056 prospect overall on the 247Sports.com composite rankings.
Harrison's father has been named to the 50th anniversary teams of both the Chargers and Patriots and was a part of two Super Bowl title teams in New England.