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2018 three-star safety Maxwell Worship commits to Vanderbilt

The Commodores’ class continues to be built.

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2018 safety Maxwell Worship of Fort Lauderdale committed to the Vanderbilt Commodores on Thursday.

The 6-foot-1, 187-pound defensive back from The Sunshine State announced the move on his personal Twitter account.

Worship gives the Commodores 13 commits for 2018, as their class now ranks 26th in America and fourth in the SEC behind LSU, Tennessee and Texas A&M. He’s the fifth defensive player in the class and the fourth defensive back, joining fellow three-star safety Dashaun Jerkins and cornerbacks Tre Douglas and Rayshad Williams.

Worship is listed 134th overall in the Florida recruiting rankings for 2018. He’s also ranked 71st among safeties and is the 883rd overall player in America. He had held offers from Kansas, Cincinnati and NC State among others, but ultimately decided that Vandy was the place for him.