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Tennessee Football Target Set to Announce Decision on Saturday as Vols Receive Crystal Ball Prediction

Da'Saahn Brame
Tennessee Football TE target Da’Saahn Brame. Photo via @Dasaahn on Instagram.

Tennessee Football target Da’Saahn Brame is set to announce his collegiate commitment on Saturday, June 29, with the Vols as one of the final teams in the mix alongside Oklahoma, Ole Miss, and Oregon.

Brame, a class of 2025 recruit, ranks as a four-star TE prospect from Derby High School in Kansas. 247 Sports’ Composite rankings have Brame as the No. 117 overall player in the class, the No. 4 tight end in the class, and the No. 4 player from the state of Kansas.

The 6-foot-6, 235-pound tight end received two Crystal Ball predictions to Tennessee from 247 Sports on Friday, indicating a possibility of good news for the Vols around the corner. 247 National Recruiting Analyst Tom Loy locked in a Crystal Ball prediction for Tennessee on Friday while Steve Willtfong previously gave a Crystal Ball prediction to Oregon back in January. 247 Mountain Region Recruiting Analyst Blair Angulo flipped to an Oregon prediction on Friday afternoon.

That all being said, though, On3 Sports’ Recruiting Prediction Machine still points heavily in favor of Oregon at 84.5 percent with Tennessee back at 10.5 percent.

We’ll just have to wait and see what direction he goes on Saturday, but the Crystal Ball prediction the day before does hold a lot of weight in situations like this.

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Brame comes from an athletic family as both parents played sports at Kansas State in the late 90s. Da’Saahn’s father, Da’Von Brame, played linebacker for Kansas State from 1999-2000 while his mother, Nicky Ramage-Brame, played basketball for the Wildcats from 1996-2000.

After unofficially visiting Tennessee for the Texas A&M football game in Knoxville last October, Brame has been to Rocky Top twice in 2024 according to 247’s timeline. Brame attended Tennessee’s fourth spring practice on March 23 before an official visit on June 14. Brame did take official visits to Ole Miss, LSU, and Oklahoma before Tennessee and also took a visit to Oregon the week after.

“Really impressive on tape and plays like a jumbo receiver with a projectable frame,” 247’s Greg Biggins wrote about Brame in February. “Very fluid as an athlete, natural hands and never fights the football. Well built kid, naturally strong with a chiseled upper body. Can easily beat press coverage and bullies opposing ‘backers/safeties. Great hand-eye coordination, extremely good tracking the ball down the field and runs well after the catch.”

On June 19, Brame was announced as one of the 2025 Polynesian Bowl selections along with Tennessee commits Ethan Utley and Douglas Utu. Tennessee offensive line target David Sanders Jr. was also a Polynesian Bowl selection, as well as UCLA commit Madden Iamaleava, the brother of current Vols’ quarterback Nico Iamaleava. Nico was a Polynesian Bowl participant himself before his freshman season with the Vols.

The Vols are hoping they can continue to string together success with a commitment from Da’Saahn Brame this weekend, adding to the list of commitments in June:

Tennessee just had another Kansas native reach success this past week as Hays, Kansas, native Dylan Dreiling was named the Colege World Series Most Outstanding Player on Monday.

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