Tennessee defensive line commit Isaac Washington updated that status of his commitment on Monday evening, a day after Jeremy Pruitt decided to relieve defensive line coach Jimmy Brumbaugh of his duties.
“I been said it and ima say it again, I AINT GOING NOWHERE,” Washington tweeted. “This is a lifestyle, we really finna change (Tennessee football) tha whole culture. YVL on dis side, ain’t gon neva switch up.”
i been said it and ima say it again, I AINT GOING NOWHERE, this a lifestyle, we really finna change @Vol_Football tha whole culture. V4L on dis side, ain’t gon neva switch up💯💯
— isaac (@isaacw_74) October 19, 2020
Washington committed to Tennessee on March 7 of this year. The defensive tackle out of East Surry High School in Pilot Mountain, NC is currently ranked as the No. 758 overall player in the country according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings. Washington is ranked as the No. 43 defensive tackle and No. 39 player in the state of North Carolina.
As a junior for East Surry, Washington racked up 105 tackles, 27 tackles for loss, 14 sacks, 21 quarterback hurries, and a fumble recovery in 15 games according to MaxPreps.
Washington is one of four defensive linemen committed to the Vols. Tennessee also holds commitments from four-star defensive end Dylan Brooks, four-star defensive tackle Katron Evans and three-star defensive end Darrell Jackson are the other d-line commits.
Tennessee’s class currently has 26 total commitments and ranks No. 9 overall in the country. The class ranks fourth-best in the SEC.