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Four-Star Receiver Visiting Tennessee Football This Spring

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Four-star receiver Travis Smith Jr. plans on visiting Tennessee football later this spring as part of a number of visits, according to Rivals Adam Gorney. The blue-chip receiver is visiting Tennessee on April 13 as the final of five visits he plans on taking in March and April.

Smith will also visit Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Georgia Tech before taking the trip to Knoxville for the same weekend as the Vols’ spring game.

The Atlanta native ranks as a four-star recruit and the No. 197 player in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings. Smith also ranks as 25th best receiver in his class and the 26th best player in the state of Georgia.

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Tennessee football has long targeted Smith in the 2025 recruiting cycle and has twice visited Knoxville. The 6-foot-4, 191-pound receiver visited Tennessee for its matchups against Texas A&M and Georgia last season.

Smith has visited his home state Bulldogs more than any other school, taking four trips to Georgia including one last month. The blue-chip recruit has also taken three visits to Alabama, a visit to local Georgia Tech and a visit to Auburn.

The Vols have six total commits in their 2025 recruiting class currently and landed their first receiver commit less than two weeks ago when three-star West Tennessee receiver Joakim Dodson committed to Tennessee.

Tennessee football’s six-commit recruiting class currently ranks No. 10 nationally according to the 247sports composite rankings.

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