Although this coming weekend will be the second official visit weekend of Coach Jeremy Pruitt’s tenure, it will be the first one that features numerous uncommitted prospects. And with a list incredibly long on both talent and, due to the number of JUCO players, experience, it’s an incredibly important one. […]
Here’s where it gets really fun. As new Coach Jeremy Pruitt builds an all-star recruiting staff that brings prior relationships with bigtime players from across the South (and indeed the whole country), the existing boards on Offense and Defense are quickly being bolstered with new offers and renewed interest from […]
After looking at players on Offense who’ve been linked to UT through the 2018 cycle, below is a look at the board on Defense as Coach Pruitt gets started. With only 6 commits on that side of the ball, there’s a lot of work to be done here: DL There […]
Although Butch Jones ultimately wasn’t the answer for Tennessee and left the program in the midst of its worst season ever, he did leave a relatively robust recruiting board in terms of talented players who have strong relationships with the school or at least took visits. Before we get into […]
Now that the Vols finally have a new head coach, what work needs to be done for the 2018 recruiting class?
The game between the Vols and the Bulldogs this weekend is huge not just on the field and in the standings, but from a recruiting perspective as well.
Tennessee begins to turn most of its attention to the 2019 class today, and looks to leverage several advantages.
The Gators current recruiting class is not built to withstand a disappointing season.
The need for one more defensive end in this class, and how the Vols address that need, is something that’s been discussed in this space quite a bit. And while I’ve made the case for a guy with unlimited upside but who is a ways from contributing, there’s a case […]
Opening the season against Georgia Tech in Atlanta provides several benefits to Tennessee’s recruiting efforts. Here are some of them.