NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Wide receiver Terence Jeffers has enrolled at Vanderbilt after transferring from Connecticut.
He won't be able to play for the Commodores this season because of NCAA rules, but he can practice with the team.
``I look forward to him being a great contributor on the practice field next season and a valuable player on Saturdays starting in 2009,'' coach Bobby Johnson said Wednesday.
Jeffers will have two years of eligibility left. He started every game in 2007 and led all the Huskies receivers with 44 catches, helping UConn share the Big East championship and earn a spot in the Meineke Car Care Bowl.

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