Tennessee has added another commitment this afternoon, bolstering their offensive line in the 2022 class. Masai Reddick, a 6-5, 330 pound offensive tackle out of Detroit, Michigan, made his pledge to the Volunteers today.
BREAKING: Michigan OL Masai Reddick has announced his commitment to the #Vols, giving #Tennessee its second Class of 2022 commitment in less than 24 hours (FREE) https://t.co/enUGFCflFh pic.twitter.com/QP7P244Sj5— Ryan Callahan (@RyanCallahan247) July 2, 2021
Reddick currently ranks outside of the top 1,000 players, per 247Sports’ rankings. Per those same rankings, he’s the 28th ranked player in the state of Michigan for the 2022 cycle. Reddick held offers from Maryland, Memphis, West Virginia and several others.
Reddick camped with Tennessee during the month of June, prompting an offer from the Volunteers. Less than a month later, he’s a part of Tennessee’s class of 2022. Reddick took his official visit just two weeks later, which was enough to seal the deal.
He joins Brian Grant in the class on the offensive line, as Josh Heupel tries to bolster his depth up front. In total, Tennessee is up to eight commitments in the class as the new staff begin to find their footing. Reddick is Tennessee’s second add of the week, joining three-star defensive tackle Jordan Phillips in the 2022 group. Tennessee also picked up former Alabama cornerback Brandon Turnage out of the transfer portal.