Jeremy Pruitt has been a busy man during the bye week, and not just on the practice field. Tennessee sent out a handful of offers over the course of the week, working on potentially filling some needs with just a few spots left in the 2019 class.
One of the more obvious needs is outside linebacker, more specifically help getting after the passer. Tennessee has two commits at the edge spot, but you can always use more.
This weekend, Tennessee sent out an offer to Myron Warren, who is currently committed to TCU.
Blessed to receive an offer the University of Tennessee #govols pic.twitter.com/PQLvIJEl7Y— Myron Warren ⁶ (@M_warren99) October 5, 2018
Warren is a three-star prospect out of Louisiana. He’s been committed to TCU since May of this year. The 6-3, 230 pound pass rusher is the 420th ranked player in the 2019 class, according to 247 Sports.
Warren earned offers from Missouri, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and Arkansas over the summer. He ultimately chose TCU, but now Tennessee will go to work and try to change that.