Cole Clemens - Football - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#74 Cole Clemens


Class Fifth-Year Senior
Height 6'6"
Weight 335
Hometown South Jordan, Utah
High School Bingham

As a Senior (2020)
• Did not experience action
• SEC Academic Honor Roll

As a Junior (2019)
• Nine games played
• Earned starts at guard and tackle
• Missed last three games due to injury

As a Sophomore (2018)
• 13 games played, including more than 90 percent of the team’s offensive snaps
• 12 games started, eight at left guard and four at right guard
• Part of offensive line that helped Ke’Shawn Vaughn become the sixth Commodore to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards
• Part of offensive front that allowed just 1.7 sacks/game (sixth in SEC) and average 411.2 yards/game (most by Vanderbilt unit since mid-1970s)

As a Freshman (2017)
• Five games played
• Only true freshman to appear on offensive line
• Offensive tackle in short-yardage power alignments

The Clemens File
• Prepped at powerful Bingham (Utah)
• Lettered in football, track and field, baseball
• Multi-year captain
• Three-year starter on offensive line
• 30 knockdown blocks as senior tackle
• Led team to back-to-back state championships (2015-16)
• Led team to Florida’s GEICO State Champions Bowl
• Three-time all-state
• Three-time all-region
• High academic achiever
• Born in Illinois
• Full name is Cole Robert Clemens
• Son of Robert and Julie Clemens
• One sister, Taylor
• Enjoys snow skiing
• Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics
• Pursuing a master’s degree in human development studies