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Vanderbilt offers Calif. wide receiver

Vanderbilt's looking to the Golden State for playmakers at wide receiver. Last Friday, the staff offered San Diego's Darren Carrington Jr. The 6-foot-3, 188-pound versatile athlete has played quarterback, wide receiver, and defensive back at Horizon High School.

"I was talking with one of [Vanderbilt's] coaches, and he put me over to the wide receiver coach," said Darren Carrington Jr. "They just talked about how much they loved my highlight film. He asked me what I thought me strengths are, and I told him good route running, going up to get it, my hands, and my yac--yards after the catch. "I don't know a lot about the program. Most of my offers...

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