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Re: Wonder how Tenner is making the numbers work?...
« Reply #350 on: January 23, 2018, 06:15:18 am »

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NCAA passed a rule this past summer that cracked down on over-signing in classes. The intended desire is to keep schools to 25 allotted scholarships in a recruiting cycle.

My thought is coach Jeremy Pruitt and the new coaching staff plan to get as close to the 25 number as they can. Right now, it is more a question of finding enough prospects who fit the new standard and are still open to the recruiting process.

Pruitt was hired at the beginning of December. This gave him roughly two months to reshuffle the recruiting board and find new prospects interested in the Vols.

He and the staff have done a better job than I think many imagined to this point. Tennessee holds 18 commitments, with 14 already signed.



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Re: Wonder how Tenner is making the numbers work?...
« Reply #353 on: May 25, 2018, 08:34:28 pm »

Tennessee added a commitment from linebacker Lakia Henry on Saturday as the Vols’ hot recruiting May continues.

Coach Jeremy Pruitt has come in and turn [sic] the college football world’s head with his recruiting efforts.

Offers, by the numbers

    Reported offers: 345
    In-state recruits offered: 23
    Florida recruits offered: 55
    Georgia recruits offered: 57
    Texas recruits offered: 36

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