In the final weekend before national signing day, Tennessee is hosting four star cornerback Isaac Taylor-Stuart. The 6-2 corner has blazing speed and would likely play right off the bat for the Volunteers.
— ITS 1️⃣ (@Kingathlete5) February 2, 2018
With hope seeming to be fading on cornerbacks Eddie Smith and Olaijah Griffin, Taylor-Stuart is probably the most important and realistic option on the board at their main position of need.
Here’s a little of what ‘ITS’ brings to the table.
Taylor-Stuart is the 32nd ranked prospect in the country, according to 247 Sports. He’s visited USC, Florida, Alabama and Georgia in the past few weeks as SEC programs try to pluck him out of California.
The star cornerback recorded six interceptions in his senior season in San Diego. USC and Alabama are the perceived leaders here, but who knows what a last minute visit to Knoxville could bring.
USC, Alabama and Tennessee each visited with ITS in-home this week, for what that’s worth.
The next most notable guy would be running back Jashaun Corbin. Remember this guy? Corbin committed to Tennessee in April, the decommitted in May. He committed to Florida State just days later, only to decommit after Jimbo Fisher moved on to Texas A&M. Now the Vols are back in play.
Corbin is a four star prospect out of Rockledge, Florida. The 6-0, 191 pound back would join Jeremy Banks and maybe Anthony Grant if he were to commit. Grant is still committed to Tennessee, but his status remains up in the air.