With just a couple of weeks remaining in the 2019 recruiting cycle, Tennessee’s class has come into focus for the most part. With just a few spots remaining, Jeremy Pruitt and his staff will have to be picky.
The Vols likely have four or five spots left. They’re in good standing with five-star tackle Darnell Wright and four-star linebacker Henry To’oto’o, but are in a fight for in-state linebacker Chris Russell and four-star safety Anthony Harris, who remains committed, but North Carolina has come on strong late.
With Harris up in the air, Tennessee has put some work in with three-star defensive back Jammie Robinson. The Leesburg, Georgia native announced his final four this week, which included Tennessee, along with Kentucky, Auburn and South Carolina.
Tennessee has already signed four-star safety Jaylen McCollough and three-star athlete Aaron Beasley, who will likely end up playing safety.
As Clint Eiland noted earlier today, Robinson could be Tennessee’s option if Anthony Harris does fall through. The 5-11, 200 pound prospect is the 30th ranked safety in the 2019 class, according to 247 Sports.
Tennessee may not have too many spots left for the traditional signing day, but there’s still plenty of intrigue left. Will they land both of To’oto’o and Russell? Will Harris stick with his commitment? These are the two main questions remaining for this class. The answer to those scenarios will determine the final slots in this class.