1. Wanya Morris - day one starter at LT 2. Ramel Keyton - I fully expect him to be, at worst, the 4th WR behind Callaway, Jennings and Palmer from day one 3. Jaylen McCollough - I wouldn't be shocked to see him start at safety from day one. 4. Eric Gray - He's a playmaker that will be a nice piece of the offense. He's going to play a lot 5. Tyus Fields - A very good DB prospect. He has a chance to come in and keep Baylen Buchanon off the field 6. Jackson Lampley - a good guard prospect, he's depth in a spot where there's not a lot 7. Savion Williams - He has to be a day one starter on the Dline 8. Roman Harrison - He's an interesting prospect. He played NT in high school but should be a stand up pass rusher 9. Melvin McBride - another good guard prospect, he hasn't played a lot of football, good size, hopefully can redshirt 10. Brian Maurer - an elite 11 QB, he looks like a good QB, he and Shrout will battle it out for the #2 spot 11. Aaron Beasley - good athlete, was a hell of a RB for his high school, may grow into a LB or be the bigger RB here 12. Warren Burrell - a bigger CB, was recruited by everybody despite being a 3 star guy 13. Jackson Lowe - a bigger TE than what's on the roster now, good blocker and a good receiver, brings good depth 14. Darel Middleton - a wide receiver that grew into a big DE, he's a guy that needs to contribute from day one on the Dline 15. Sean Brown - a really good blocking TE, more big guy depth 16. Elijah Simmons - one of my favorite signees, there isn't anyone else like him on Tennessee's roster on the Dline, he's an athletic space eating two gapper 17. Chris Akporoghene - hasn't played a lot of football but is huge. Hopefully can redshirt but he's very athletic and brings depth on the oline 18. Jerrod Means - an unknown receiver that Pruitt "discovered" at a camp, he's big and has good straight line speed. A few instant day one contributors signed this week. The overall size on Tennessee's roster got better everywhere to go along with two big time play makers in Keyton and Gray on the offensive side. It was kind of boring due to only one big time flip, but Tennessee didn't lose anyone either. Tennessee needed help on the Oline and signed one of the best hauls in the country there. Two JUCO dlinemen in a serious position of need, too. Tennessee needs to find some linebackers and preferably a big time pass rusher by February. I would give this class, right now a solid B. Land Crouch, Wright and Russell on NSD and keep Henry, Harris and Cox, it's an A.