Jeremy Pruitt and Tennessee football are dominating recruiting right now in the 2021 class, and the Vols might be already working on the 2022 class.
Over the last two weeks, Tennessee football has been getting some high caliber four and five-star athletes committing to the Vols. This comes as the Vols continue to be one of the hottest teams in college football through the first third of the year.
Now, Jeremy Pruitt and company could be looking to start building some momentum with the 2022 class. We’re obviously a long way from the 2022 class signing day and even getting real commitments from players in the 2022 class, but that doesn’t mean that Pruitt isn’t trying to get a head start on his rivals.
It looks like right now; his focus is in the Volunteer State as he’s focusing on some top talent throughout Tennessee.
Great recruiters never stop, and as the Vols get dangerously close to filling up its class for 2021, Pruitt is getting ready to make the 2022 class even better than the previous one.
Or maybe its just in-state prospects that are excited with what the Vols are doing right now in hopes to gain some brownie points with the coaching staff. Whatever it is, it looks pretty good for the Vols as they could be multi-tasking classes.
2022 running back Jordan James got things started off by tweeting a simple orange with some dots proceeding. Is something even bigger than what we’re already seeing in the works?
Isaiah Horton followed two minutes later with his response, and he didn’t change much from James’ tweet.
Both of these are highly rated prospects, and they’re receiving offers throughout the country and the SEC right now, so to see them subtly tweeting about the Vols is a good thing to see. Knoxville Catholic athlete Tommy Winton III followed Horton and James with the same tweet.
It’s hard to predict how good these players are going to be, and it’s usually not even worth looking at them talk about colleges until after their junior season because that’s when the recruiting process really heats up.
I thought this encounter was unique, though, as not only were they tweeting the same thing in the same day, but they were retweeting each other and other 2022 recruits trying to help the Vols gain some early momentum for 2022.