Discussion in 'Recruiting' started by justingroves, Dec 21, 2018.
Meh. Give me kids who have to walk home from Fulton every day
Perfect compliment to Gray from last class.
2020 WR Jalin Hyatt is a receiver that looks likely to be a Vol
Need a new thread for 2021?
That's amazing. Although more appropriate for Georgia football or Tennessee basketball. I don't recall them coming close too often.
Might as well
Juco Jordan Davis flipping to State.
Had been long rumored, so not a huge surprise
His 3rd or 4th team he has committed to?
Alabama, JUCO, Tennessee and now MSU
As of today 7-10-19 Rivals has UT 2020 at 27th...UT is only ahead of Vandy and Mizz in the east. This is with only 11 recruits. Ugag is 8 Fla 9 and UK, SC 22,23. I would have thought Fla would have taken more of a hit considering the recent chaos. Any Thoughts? Too early to tell? Meanwhile over at ESPN they have article on Pruitt and some meaningless secondary violations? Why? Where are the reports on the other SEC teams? We all know they have them!
if they win games it finishes top 10
Tennessee has 10 or 11 commits right now. Look at the star average, not class ranking now.
There are some big names on here and some guys that are already committed elsewhere. Are all of these guys realistic possibilities? Are there some that we are confident about, more specifically?
These guys can evaluate talent and can recruit. If they fail on the field I promise you that the cupboard will be stocked for whoever is next.
First off I wouldn’t pay much attention to Rivals. Secondly, their star average would rank them 15th right now. That’s not bad coming off a 5-7 season. Especially with a lot of top targets still left in the board.
Yes pretty much everyone on that list should be a considered legitimate possibility. That doesn’t mean that we’re the team to beat, but a commitment from any of those listed shouldn’t be considered a Robert Meachem level stunner.
Jalin Hyatt isn't on it and all signs point to him being a Vol too
None would surprise me if they committed here
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