Aug 25, 2014, 7:00 PM EDT
Vanderbilt walk-on Carter Josephs was presented with a scholarship in a cool video and official release from Vanderbilt athletics.
The 6-foot-1 native of San Antonio has played two seasons at Vanderbilt and was given a full ride by head coach Kevin Stallings.
Josephs has 166 minutes of experience — 160 of which came last year — and has 22 career assists, seven rebounds, six steals and eight turnovers and zero points.
The junior made several key plays off the bench last season for Vanderbilt and it’s nice to see the Commodores and Stallings repay with a scholarship for Josephs.
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