The Vols are set to host David Swaby, a junior college offensive tackle in the 2018 class, on an official visit this weekend.
Four-star center DJ Burns, one of the Vols’ top targets in the 2019 class, is officially reclassifying to the 2018 class.
Tennessee sent a coach to watch former Ole Miss commit and standout 2018 combo guard Serrel Smith work out recently.
According to a report, the Vols are interested in 2018 power forward Carlos Curry after his recent decommitment from MTSU.
The Vols are set to host their top remaining target, four-star point guard James Akinjo, on an official visit very soon.
One of Tennessee’s assistant coaches paid a visit to four-star guard James Akinjo, a former UConn signee, on Tuesday night.
The Vols have reportedly added a walk-on quarterback from Georgia to their 2018 signing class in order to bolster depth at the position.
Tennessee hosted 2018 4-star WR Bryce Thompson on Saturday. Thompson is committed to South Carolina but didn’t sign on National Signing Day.
Keep up with who the Vols add on National Signing Day with our updated list of Tennessee’s 2018 signing class.
We have a full list of when the Vols’ top remaining targets are announcing their decisions on National Signing Day including the Vols’ chances to land each.