As we focus on what this new staff is going to do with the remaining spots left in the 2018 recruiting class, Jeremy Pruitt and company are looking even further ahead. It’s important to remember that Pruitt isn’t just working from behind with the 2018 class, but the 2019 class as well.
They’re working on playing catch up on both classes. Yesterday, five star linebacker Henry To’oto’o tweeted that he had received an offer from the Tennessee Volunteers.
Honored and blessed to receive an offer from the University of Tennessee #GoVols #A.T.T.C pic.twitter.com/SmrAfEOQlT— XI_11 (@HenryTootoo1) December 25, 2017
To’oto’o is 247’s 25th rated prospect of the 2019 class currently. The 6-2, 210 pound linebacker is a California native, playing his high school ball in Concord. Alabama, Oregon, UCLA, Notre Dame, Washington and a host of others are in on To’oto’o.
I’m fascinated to see how Pruitt and his staff perform on the trail with a full year to really get things going. They’re laying the groundwork now. We’ll see how much progress they can make with next year’s class over the summer months.