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Jeremy Pruitt gaining significant recruiting traction in Georgia

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In the world of recruiting, things have a way of changing quickly. There is no better current proof of that than what is going on in Knoxville with the Volunteers.

As recently as a month ago, Tennessee had just four commitments for its 2019 recruiting class and some were beginning to question what Jeremy Pruitt and his staff were doing on the recruiting trail.

Well, that was a month ago.

In the past 30 days, Tennessee has been red-hot on the recruiting trail doubling its 2019 commitment list from four to eight by adding some premier, blue-chip prospects.

Here is a look at the commitments Tennessee has received since May 1.

Offensive Tackle Wanya Morris

The particulars: Morris, (6-feet-5, 293 pounds) is a four-star prospect from Loganville (GA) High. He committed to Tennessee on May 1, 2018.

The skinny: Morris is considered to be among the top-five offensive tackles in the country and is also a top-25 overall talent nationally in the class of 2019. Morris had offers from all over the country, choosing Tennessee over Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, LSU and many others.

Morris joins four-star offensive guard prospect Jackson Lampley as the two-current offensive lineman in the Volunteers 2019 recruiting class.

Tight End Sean Brown

The particulars: Brown, (6-feet-5, 245 pounds) is a three-star prospect from Rome (GA) Coosa. He committed to Tennessee on May 11, 2018.

The skinny: Brown, who is considered to be a top-30 tight end nationally, committed to Tennessee over offers from Auburn, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss and others. Brown is the second tight end to commit to the Volunteers’ 2019 class, joining four-star tight end Jackson Lowe, (Cartersville, GA) who committed back on March 30.

Wide Receiver Ramel Keyton

The particulars: Keyton, (6-feet-3, 186 pounds) is a four-star prospect from Marietta, (GA.) High. He committed to Tennessee on May 16, 2018.

The skinny: Keyton is among the top-35 wide receivers in the country and is also considered to be a top-200 overall prospect nationally. Keyton had offers from over 25 programs nationally including over half of the programs from the SEC before committing to Tennessee.

Keyton joins Lowe and Brown as the only current skill position commitments for the 2019 class.

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