Tennessee landed a commitment from class of 2025 cornerback Tyler Redmond on Sunday night, as reported by On3 Sports’ Hayes Fawcett on social media.
Redmond is a 6-foot-2, 175-pound cornerback from Milton High School in Alpharetta, Georgia. Redmond is the third Milton High School defensive back to commit to Tennessee in the 2025 class joining cornerback Shamar Arnoux and cornerback Dylan Lewis.
Redmond transferred to Milton prior to his junior season in 2023.
“Best fans in the world! I’m home, Go Vols,” Redmond said via Fawcett’s announcement.
BREAKING: Class of 2025 CB Tyler Redmond tells me he has Committed to Tennessee!
The 6’2 175 CB from Milton, GA chose the Volunteers over NC State & Ohio State
— Hayes Fawcett (@Hayesfawcett3) November 20, 2023
Redmond holds a three-star ranking according to 247 Sports, On3 Sports, and Rivals. Additionally, 247 Sports composite rankings have Redmond listed as the No. 53 cornerback in the class, the No. 54 player from the state of Georgia, and the No. 507 player overall in the class. Redmond is the highest-ranked player out of the four commitments in Tennessee’s 2025 class.
In addition to Tennessee, Redmond also held offers from West Virginia, Missouri, Ohio State, Mississippi State, Texas A&M, and UCF among others.
According to 247’s timeline, Redmond was in Knoxville this past weekend for Tennessee’s game against Georgia. Redmond was also in Knoxville for an unofficial visit on Sept. 30 for the Vols’ game against South Carolina.
Redmond also took several trips to Tennessee during the offseason with unofficial visits in January, March, April, and July.
Redmond is the fourth commitment in Tennessee’s 2025 class. The Georgia native joins three-star cornerback Shamar Arnoux (Milton), three-star running back Justin Baker (Buford), and three-star cornerback Dylan Lewis (Milton).
While still extremely early in the recruiting cycle, Tennessee’s 2025 class holds the No. 12 position nationally and the No. 6 SEC spot (including Oklahoma) according to 247’s rankings.
Check out some of Redmond’s highlights below: