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Vols Land 2017 Defensive Lineman Jordon Riley

brickTennessee got off to a big start in the 2017 class on Sunday evening, adding 6-foot-6, 285-pound versatile defensive lineman Jordon Riley out of Riverside High Varsity in Durham, N.C.

Riley picked the Vols over offers from Auburn, in-state schools North Carolina, NC State, Wake Forest, East Carolina and others. Riley recently visited the Vols for a camp, where he received the offer.

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 Ratings

247Sports: ★★★
Rivals.com: ★★★★
Scout.com: N/R
ESPN.comN/R

RTI average: 3.5-stars

 How He Fits

Riley has exceptional size and athleticism for his age, looking more like a college defensive lineman than a high school sophomore in his film at this point. He does a variety of things for his high school team, playing end and tackle in various three and four-man fronts. Regardless where he’s playing, he’s extremely disruptive in run and pass defense.

The Vols loaded up on the defensive line in the 2015 class, so it won’t be a top priority in 2016. But the cycle keeps going and the Vols will need to keep reloading up front with a lot of extremely talented players who could go pro. Riley’s a nice early piece in the 2017 class to help with that process.

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