Kane Patterson - Football - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#19 Kane Patterson Season 2023-24

LB

Class Graduate
Height 6'1"
Weight 221
Hometown Nashville, Tenn.
High School Christ Presbyterian Academy

NIL on Opendorse

As a Fifth-Year (2023)
• Team captain
• Started 10 of 10 games played, making 43 tackles and two sacks
• Made a team high tying eight tackles and sacked the quarterback at Tennessee
• Registered his first sack of the season (fourth of his career) and a season high four solo (six total) tackles at Ole Miss
• Recorded a tackle for loss versus Missouri
• Made a season high seven total tackles at Wake Forest

As a Senior (2022)
• Named to SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
• Played in all 12 games, making 39 tackles
• Recorded 6.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks
• Made multiple tackles in all 12 games
• Had 1.5 tackles for loss against South Carolina
• Matched his Vanderbilt-high five tackles in season finale against Tennessee
• Recorded a tackle for loss in Vanderbilt debut at Hawaii

The Patterson File
• 37 games played at Clemson from 2019-21
• 32 total tackles and a sack for the Tigers
• Career-best seven tackles as a sophomore in the Sugar Bowl against Ohio State
• Totaled five tackles in two ACC Championship Game appearances against Notre Dame (2020) and Virginia (2019)
• Nashville native played at Christ Presbyterian Academy for Ingle Martin
• National top-300 player by three services
• Named to All-American Bowl in San Antonio
• No. 138 national player by 247Sports, including the No. 7 player in Tennessee and the No. 12 inside linebacker
• MVP of state championship game senior year after rushing for 110 yards and two scores while adding seven tackles
• Ran for 1,003 yards on 110 carries as a sophomore, adding 64 tackles and 12.5 tackles for loss
• 141 rushing yards and 27 tackles as a sophomore
• Finished prep career with 42 touchdowns, 1,794 rushing yards, 258 tackles and 38.5 for loss
• Joined at Vanderbilt by his brother, Langston, who joined team the same season as a freshman
• Majoring in medicine, health and society