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Four-Star Offensive Tackle, Tennessee Target Announces Imminent Commitment Date

George MacIntyre
Tennessee OL target Jaelyne Matthews. Photo via Matthews (@JaelyneMatthew3) on X.

Four-star Tennessee offensive tackle target Jaelyne Matthews is announcing his college commitment next Tuesday, June 12 at noon ET, 247sports Brian Dohn and Chris Tsakonas first reported on Thursday night.

Matthews is down to a top three that includes Georgia, Miami and Tennessee before announcing his college commitment. The four-star offensive tackle cut his top schools in half and is no longer considering Maryland, Rutgers or Syracuse.

The New Jersey native ranks as a four-star recruit and the No. 246 player in the country according to the 247sports composite rankings. Matthews also ranks as the 26th best offensive tackle and the No. 7 player in the state of New Jersey in the 2025 recruiting cycle.

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Matthews announced his commitment date right before his weekend official visit to Miami and will announce his commitment days before he was supposed to officially visit Tennessee and a week and a half before he planned on officially visiting Georgia.

That timeline seemingly bodes well for the Hurricanes. It’s unclear whether Matthews will still visit Tennessee next weekend but is unlikely if he doesn’t commit to the Vols next week. The blue-chip recruit has twice visited Tennessee this year— once in February for a Junior Day and again last month.

Tennessee football’s 2025 recruiting class currently contains 10 commits and one offensive lineman— offensive guard Antoni Kade Ogumoro. The Vols are also in hot pursuit of a number of offensive tackles including five-star David Sanders and Josh Petty.

The Vols’ 10-commit 2025 recruiting class currently ranks No. 19 nationally and No. 8 in the SEC according to the 247sports team rankings.

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