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Five-Star Tennessee Basketball Target Announces Imminent Commitment Date

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Class of 2025 point guard Aaron Rowe is announcing his college commitment on Tuesday evening, On3’s Joe Tipton reported on Sunday night.

Rowe is announcing between a top group of Kansas State, Missouri and Tennessee. The blue-chip recruit is announcing his decision at 5:15 p.m. ET.

The 6-foot point guard ranks as a five-star recruit and the No. 20 player in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings. Rowe also ranks as the No. 4 point guard in the country and the No. 2 player in the state of Missouri.

Rowe took an unofficial visit to Kansas State and an official visit to Tennessee this fall. The blue-chip recruit visited Knoxville the weekend that the Tennessee football team knocked off South Carolina at Neyland Stadium.

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But the five-star recruit has visited hometown Missouri more than any other school. Rowe is a Columbia native who’s visited Missouri four times throughout his recruitment and three times in 2023.

The junior guard transferred to Branson, Missouri prep power Link Academy early this year before eventually transferring back to Columbia and Father Tolton Catholic High School. Missouri is viewed as the favorite to land Rowe over both Kansas State and Tennessee.

Tennessee doesn’t have a commit in its 2025 recruiting class but it is still very early in the recruiting cycle. The Vols hosted a number of blue-chip class of 2025 recruits on campus this fall including five-star Caleb Wilson and four-stars Aleks Alston, Jeremiah Fears and Jermaine O’Neal Jr.

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  1. I was truly disappointed with the lack of blue displayed on the uniforms honoring Pat Summitt. Even the coaches and a lot of the players had nothing blue on. I thought that was a bad look on the team and coaches. It would have been better if they had not honored Pat at all.

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