Vanderbilt University (Vandy) Commodores took two footballers in the 2010 NFL Draft. The two men selected were:
- Myron Lewis (cornerback), picked up in the third round of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with the 67th full qualifier
- Thomas Welch (offensive tackle) chosen by Thomas Newton Patriots in 208  Myron Lewis is a 6 "2" 203 important lock-backbackbackback, which is listed as the best secondary player in the Vanderbilt Competitive Southeast Conference (SEC). He was born in 1987 in Pompano Beach, Florida, defensive specialist at Commodores one of the best athletes in the team who was 2009 in the 2009 program during the year under the age of 2-10.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers felt good value in the third round of the talented corner pickup Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris he hopes that taking Myron Lewis will be a valuable asset to his defense unit and expects the former Commodore to increase youth and resistance
In the final round of the 2010 NFL Draft, New England Patriots chose Thomas Welch to provide more protection to the future Tom Brady's Hall. Welch lends a high altitude to a strong Patriots offensive line that includes several professional coaches. Thomas 6 & # 39; 6 & Thomas 310 will be one of the highest players in the rankings.
Formerly Thomas Welch was chosen by the New England Patriots and used a large vase at Brentwood High School in his birthplace Brentwood, Tennessee, Brentwood, Tennessee one goes well to Nashville, Tennessee suburbs, so when it's time to move to college, Welch has to go a few miles to Vanderbilt campus
weighs like a first-year college student who caused Thomas to originally join Commodores as a scarce red t-shirt in this situation in 2005. The first year saw him in the field in 2006 Welch moved off the offensive line to compensate for injuries he suffered with teammates who would otherwise be able to play the situation. In the 2008 junior season, Thomas made all the right games he started and moved to the prestigious senior position as an elder