Tennessee has made another initial cut for a top athlete in the 2020 cycle. Enzo Jennings named the Vols in his top 11 post, giving us somewhat of picture of what his recruitment could look like this year.
Top11 (recruitment is still open) pic.twitter.com/OhtqB6slaC— Enzo Jennings (@_enzoj) January 2, 2019
Jennings is out of Oak Park, Michigan, giving his interest list a more northern look, but he’s plenty interested in coming down south to play in the SEC as well. Penn State, Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh all made his initial list, along with more traditional recruiting rivals for the Vols like Florida, Alabama, Auburn, Kentucky and Georgia.
The 6-2, 175 pound athlete currently sits inside of the top 100 in 247’s Composite Rankings for the 2020 class. He is the seventh ranked athlete in the class. Teams will probably like his length the most at the cornerback position.
Making things even more interesting with Jennings is the fact that he’s a teammate of five-star offensive guard and Tennessee target Justin Rogers. Rogers is the 14th ranked player in the 2020 class and has a similar interest list.
Jennings saw Tennessee last year in March, taking in a spring practice during Jeremy Pruitt’s first year. Notre Dame is thought of as the early leader to start the new year.