Junior shooting guard Cam Scott is visiting Knoxville this weekend for Tennessee football’s matchup against Alabama.
Rocky top visit this weekend 🧡🐶 @Vol_Hoops pic.twitter.com/sddM5ILWvy
— Cam Scott (@thecamscott23) October 10, 2022
Scott is one of the top players in the 2024 recruiting class, ranking as the No. 26 player and No. 7 shooting guard in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings.
Tennessee offered the 6-foot-5 shooting guard in May and the Lexington, South Carolina native’s trip to Knoxville this weekend will be his first. Scott’s early in the recruiting process taking an official visit — the first of his junior year — to Florida State last weekened.
Scott also has an official visit planned to South Carolina later in October according to On3.
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With Scott still two years away from enrolling in college, the high four-star recruit’s commitment is not imminent. However, the Vols’ ability to get him on campus and focus energy on him at this early stage is beneficial.
Tennessee has been able to do that with a number of class of 2024 prospects this fall due to the nature of its 2023 recruiting class.
The Vols haven’t finished their 2023 class but have made an abundance of progress, landing three commits to boast the nation’s No. 8 class according to 247sports.
Rick Barnes and his staff have secured commitments from three-star power forward Cade Phillips, four-star combo guard Freddie Dillione and four-star center JP Estrella.
That’s allowed Tennessee to host an abundance of class of 2024 targets this fall with Scott being the latest example.