Darrius Darden-Box enters his second year with Derek Mason’s program. He will continue to assist Vanderbilt offensive coaches as a quality control assistant.
In 2018, Darden-Box assisted a Vanderbilt staff that directed one of the most potent offenses in modern team history. The Commodores’ 28.5 pt./game and 411.2 yards/game rank among the program’s best since the 1970s.
Darden-Box, a native of Nashville, was a three-year letterwinner at wide receiver at Southeast Missouri State University. He caught 29 passes for 242 yards and two touchdowns for the Redhawks.
Darden-Box was a two-way starter at Nashville’s Pearl-Cohn H.S. as a prep player.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in recreation from SEMO in 2016.