Tennessee’s updated roster reveals the jersey numbers for all of the Vols’ signees in their 2019 class, including all the new summer enrollees.
The RTI Podcast looks at where UT got better in the 2019 class, where it lacked, & potential hidden gems. We also discuss UT’s recent coaching changes.
The RTI team gives out their overall grades for the Vols’ 2019 signing class, Jeremy Pruitt’s first full class as UT’s head coach.
We take a look at prospects who have the best chance of out-performing their rankings at Tennessee in the Vols’ 2019 signing class.
The Vols’ 2019 signing class has a lot of quality players in it, but the 2020 class for Tennessee needs to be even better.
Former Vol running back Jamal Lewis is a big believer in the Vols’ 2019 signing class, and he thinks it will help UT get back “to the top.”
With National Signing Day officially over, let’s take a look at the Vols’ full 2019 signing class as of now.
The Vols’ 2019 signing class may not have finished ranked as highly as fans wanted, but when you put it in context, it’s pretty impressive.
Tennessee landed their final big fish in the 2019 cycle. Five-star offensive tackle Darnell Wright officially signed with the Vols on National Signing Day.
The Vols added one of the fastest prospects in the 2019 cycle on National Signing Day when Kenney Solomon announced he’s signing with Tennessee.