Just days after his official visit to Knoxville, Texas native Kyree Miller has committed to Tennessee.
The 370 pound offensive guard is out of Mesquite, Texas. His recruiting process changed when Tennessee called and offered him a scholarship on October 8th. It was his first and still currently is his only power five offer.
Miller is off the national radar, checking in as a three-star prospect. He’s the 2,409th ranked player in the 2020 class, according to 247 Sports. This staff has had some success with off the radar guys in the past, however. It will be interesting to see if Miller climbs up those ranking after going public with his commitment.
SMU was Miller’s leader before the Tennessee offer came.
Tennessee restocked on the offensive line last year, grabbing five commitments up front to replenish the numbers and add size. That has continued this year in a less prolific way. The Vols now hold three commitments at offensive guard, each coming from three-star recruits. But they all have size — James Robinson 6-4, 323, Javontez Spraggins 6-3, 240 and now Kyree Miller at 6-4, 370.
Cooper Mays makes four commitments on the offensive front for Tennessee, who is a four-star center prospect.
The trenches are finally getting the size that they deserve — you’re seeing that begin to translate on the field, too.