Vanderbilt gets 12th commit

Bobby Johnson and his staff picked up their twelth commit of the 2010 recruiting year when Karl Butler commmitted to the Commodores according to a report on NewOrleans.com.

Cornerback Karl Butler of Brother Martin high school in New Orleans intercepted four passes and broke up 25 more as a junior. He also made 23 stops for Brother Martin's squad that finished 9-1 on the year. He was selected to the Coaches' Second Team All-State team, and he also earned All-Metro and 9-5A First Team All-District honors.

Butler chose Vanderbilt over offers from Virginia, SMU, and Tulane. He also had interest from LSU, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Auburn, Stanford and Mississippi State.

Verbal commits are non-binding. For a complete list of Vanderbilt commits click HERE.

Stay tuned to VandyMania.com for more on this exciting commit.

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