The other two headliners of Tennessee’s 2019 class have officially arrived. Joining Wanya Morris and Quavaris Crouch were Henry To’oto’o and Darnell Wright yesterday. Both were greeted by their primary recruiter Brian Niedermeyer in Knoxville yesterday.
Here’s video of each taking their first steps on campus.
Both players are expected to compete for starting jobs right away with big expectations. Wright arrives on campus alongside of fellow five-star offensive lineman Wanya Morris, who received work with the first team offense at left tackle this spring. Wright could very easily end up starting game one on the other side of the line, playing at right tackle.
Wright was the 10th overall player in the class and the 2nd ranked tackle.
To’oto’o arrives in Knoxville after choosing Tennessee over Alabama at the deadline on national signing day. With Quart’e Sapp leaving early for the NFL and Darrin Kirkland Jr. forced to retire due to medicals, To’oto’o should find the field early with Tennessee. He and Quavaris Crouch are the future of the linebacker group and it will be interesting to see what the pecking order is from the start this fall.