Vols Offer Dynamic Athlete in 2018 Class

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    (Photo via Brandon Huffman, 247Sports)

    Now that the early signing period is over, Tennessee’s coaching staff is ramping up their attention on the remaining targets in the 2018 class before National Signing Day on February 7th. And the Vols’s staff turned their attention on a new prospect in the class on Friday.

    According to his Twitter, four-star athlete Tre-Shaun Harrison picked up a scholarship offer from the Vols on Friday. Harrison is rated as the No. 151 overall player in the 2018 class and the No. 6 athlete in the class according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. He committed to Oregon back in late June, but he recently decommitted from the Ducks on December 2nd.

    Harrison holds offers from Florida State, USC, UCLA, Michigan, and others along with his offers from Oregon and Tennessee. The 6-foot-2, 190 pound athlete from Seattle, Washington played primarily at receiver for Garfield High School, but he also returned kickoffs and played on defense some as well.

    As a senior, Harrison caught 55 passes for 1,102 yards and 12 touchdowns while also carrying the ball 15 times for 75 yards according to Max Preps. He also has several interceptions to his credit and a couple special teams touchdowns as well.

    Harrison’s highlight film shows off his dynamic play-making ability and elite speed. He’s creative and elusive in open space, but he also showed off his soft hands down the field as a receiver as well. He has great vision and awareness and can make some impressive catches in traffic.

    The Vols signed 13 players in the early signing period and currently have three other players committed who didn’t sign this week. Only one player currently on either of those lists projects as a wide receiver for the Vols, and that’s four-star, in-state athlete/receiver Alontae Taylor.



    Nathanael Rutherford is the managing editor and social media manager for Rocky Top Insider. Nathanael graduated from the University of Tennessee and cultivated a passion for the Vols while growing up in Knoxville a mere 10 minutes from Neyland Stadium. He's been a part of the RTI team since November of 2015 and has been the editor of RTI since June of 2017. If he's not talking or writing about Tennessee athletics, he's probably talking about Star Wars.