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Tennessee offers 2019 dual-threat quarterback Travis Mumphrey

A quarterback to watch this year.

NCAA Football: Tennessee at Texas A&M Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The future of the quarterback position at Tennessee is very much unsettled. Butch Jones had two four star quarterbacks in Adrian Martinez and Michael Penix committed to the program, but Tennessee lost both (one way or another) during the wild coaching change.

Jeremy Pruitt’s staff was able rebound and sign three star JT Shrout back in December.

With the 2019 recruiting cycle now on the forefront, Tennessee has sent out an offer to dual-threat Travis Mumphrey. Mumphrey announced the offer over the weekend on Twitter.

Mumphrey is a three star prospect, according to 247 Sports. The 6-0, 186 pound quarterback comes from Marrero, Louisiana.

Tennessee is the second SEC school to offer Mumphrey. He currently holds offers from Mississippi State, Arizona, Arkansas State, Indiana, Arizona State, among others.

As a junior, Mumphrey scored 20 total touchdowns. He threw for over 1,200 yards and ran for over 700 more.

Mumphrey is the 22nd ranked dual-threat quarterback in the country and the 29th overall prospect out of Louisiana, according to 247 Sports’ current rankings.