These are the school's prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft by status * - denotes 2014 prospect ** - denotes 2015 prospect.
This page was last updated Feb. 16, 2013. Follow me @walterfootball for updates.
Zac Stacy, RB, Vanderbilt
Height: 5-9. Weight: 210. Projected 40 Time: 4.59. Projected Round (2013): 5-7. 2/16/13: Stacy ran well for Vanderbilt. He totaled 1,141 yards (5.5 average) and 10 touchdowns this season. Stacy excelled against Presbyterian, Auburn and Wake Forest with solid performances versus Georgia, Florida and North Carolina State. He had a decent week at the East-West Shrine.
8/16/12: Stacy was a Second-Team ALL-SEC selection for his 2011 season. He ran for 1,193 yards and 14 touchdowns, also catching 20 receptions for 106 yards. Stacy was a workhorse back for Vanderbilt and figures to perform the same role in 2012.
Trey Wilson, CB, Vanderbilt
Height: 5-11. Weight: 195. Projected 40 Time: 4.54. Projected Round (2013): 6-7. 1/31/13: Wilson assembled 36 tackles, three interceptions, one forced fumble and eight passes broken up in 2012. He finished the year strong with a good performance against N.C. State and was solid at the East-West Shrine.
9/1/12: Wilson did pretty well opposite Casey Hayward in 2011. Wilson totaled 30 tackles with three interceptions and 11 passes defensed. It will be interesting to see how the senior performs without Hayward.
Jordan Rodgers, QB, Vanderbilt
Height: 6-1. Weight: 205. Projected 40 Time: 4.69. Projected Round (2013): 7-FA. 2/16/13: Rodgers had some good moments as Vanderbilt won nine games this year. The senior completed 60 percent of his passes for 2,539 yards, 15 touchdowns and five interceptions.
8/16/12: The younger brother of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Rodgers is a sleeper prospect despite the superstar status of his big brother. Jordan Rodgers started out the 2011 season as the backup before an injury moved him into the lineup. He completed 50 percent of his passes for 1,524 yards with nine touchdowns and 10 interceptions in his one season of playing time for Vanderbilt.
Rodgers has a quality arm, but is undersized. He was a backup in 2010 after having played in junior college for two seasons (2009-2008). Rodgers needs a big season to make sure he gets drafted.