Middle Tennessee quarterback George MacIntyre returned to Knoxville for an unofficial visit Saturday for Tennessee’s second Junior Day of January.
While it was a Junior Day, MacIntyre is in fact a sophomore at Brentwood Academy where he shines on the gridiron and the hardwood.
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MacIntyre is one of the top quarterbacks and players in the state of Tennessee in the 2025 recruiting class. The 6-foot-5 signal caller ranks as the No. 30 player and the No. 2 quarterback in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings.
Making his third trip to Knoxville in the last seven months, MacIntyre shared a pair of pictures from his visit including one with Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel.
Knoxville 📍 #GBO pic.twitter.com/ZVU73yinEA
— George MacIntyre (@GeorgeMacIntyr6) January 29, 2023
Heupel has made MacIntyre a major priority in the 2025 recruiting class, bringing him in for a visit last summer and again for the Alabama game this fall. The third-year head coach also watched MacIntyre play basketball earlier this month.
MacIntyre comes from a serious football family. His grandfather and namesake coached at Vanderbilt in the early 80s. His uncle, Mike, played football at Vanderbilt and is now the head coach at Florida International after a stint as Colorado’s head coach.
The sophomore quarterback is still in the beginning stages of his recruitment and Vanderbilt is the only other power five school he’s visited, making the short trip from Brentwood to Nashville three times in 2022.
MacIntyre reports 22 scholarship offers including four from SEC schools.