Tennessee is in the final stages of their 2020 recruiting cycle with just days left now before the traditional signing day date in February. But as you know, most recruiting work has already shifted to the 2021 class. Today during a junior day event, Tennessee added a commitment to their 2021 class.
Isaac Washington announced his commitment to Tennessee during his visit today.
first off i want to thank God for everything he has done for me and everything he will do for me i wanna thank everyone who has taken their time to recruit me but I AM VERY EXCITED TO SAY I AM VERBALLY COMMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE @CoachJPruitt pic.twitter.com/NVCv9MIwDO— isaac (@isaacw_74) January 25, 2020
The three-star defensive tackle prospect isn’t ranked among the top 600 prospects in the country, according to 247Sports’ rankings, but his offer list would seem to suggest otherwise. Auburn, Florida and Georgia are just a few of the current offers in for the 6-4, 265 pound defensive lineman.
The North Carolina native earned his Tennessee offer last summer during his first visit to campus. Washington visited Knoxville again in October, then again today, where he committed.
Washington fits as a 3-4 defensive end in Jeremy Pruitt and Derrick Ansley’s front. He joins Jordan Mosley, Jay Jones, Nate Evans and Elijah Howard in the current class of 2021 and is the first defensive lineman in the group.