Jammie Robinson, CB
If Tennessee is truly concerned about retaining Anthony Harris in this class, then they may look to Jammie Robinson to fill that spot. They may take Robinson in their class even if they hold on to Harris, though.
Robinson is a defensive back who can play both corner and safety. He hails from Leesburg, Georgia and has gotten plenty of interest from South Carolina and Kentucky. He took an official visit to see the Wildcats in December and took an official visit to South Carolina in June. He unofficially visited Tennessee for their game against Florida.
The 5-foot-11, 196 defensive back will be one of the more intriguing defensive back targets to follow between now and February. He’ll likely get a lot of attention from SEC schools looking to add a versatile defensive back to their 2019 class, and Tennessee is expected to be one of those schools.
Robinson is a borderline three-star/four-star prospect. He’s the No. 386 overall player and No. 42 player in the state of Georgia.