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Tennessee makes cut for safety out of Georgia

Another defensive back to watch.

NCAA Football: Tennessee at Missouri Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Jeremy Pruitt’s all out assault on the state of Georgia doesn’t seem like it’s going to slow down anytime soon. Tennessee has made the cut for yet another Peach State product this week. Safety Treron Collins included the Vols in his top six, which was released on Tuesday night.

Tennessee joined Louisville, Virginia Tech, Ole Miss, West Virginia and N.C. State in Collins’ top schools.

Collins picked up an offer from the Vols back in March during a visit to spring practice. Tennessee was among the first power five schools to send him an offer.

According to 247 Sports, Collins is a three-star prospect. He is the 42nd ranked safety in the country and the 579th player in the country. He stands in at 6-2, 190 pounds, checking off the boxes for Tennessee’s size parameters.

The Vols currently have one safety in Anthony Harris committed to their 2019 class. They’re in the final four for Jalyn Phillips — another safety out of Georgia — as well.