What a day it was for the Tennessee Volunteers football program. Jeremy Pruitt went five for five on expected additions on Wednesday, bringing his 2020 class up to 21 signatures so far.
Tennessee was able to rebound from a tough start to the 2019 season, getting to seven wins and landing in the Gator Bowl. There’s no doubt that the mid-season surge helped Tennessee’s case on the trail.
While the Volunteers didn’t add much flash like last year’s class that featured two five-star prospects, Tennessee filled needs and added a ton of key depth. Morven Joseph and Tyler Baron solidified the edge, while Len’Neth Whitehead and Jimmy Holiday offer a couple of different solutions on the roster.
The best part is — Tennessee isn’t done. They’ve got a few spots left in the class and some big fish still out there on the line. Can the Vols close strong once again?
We’ll get to all of that, plus Harrison Bailey’s immediate impact, our favorite prospects, plus who we think can make the most instant impact.