Tennessee Football gets 22nd commitment of 2021 class

If you thought that Tennessee football’s momentum was dead, then you’re wrong as the Vols add another commitment to the 2021 class.

As Jeremy Pruitt continues momentum in recruiting with the 2021 class, he continues to lean on North Georgia recruits to continue Tennessee football’s success in recruiting.

Other than getting Tennessee’s top in-state recruits, building a positive reputation in North Georgia among future recruits is the best thing that Pruitt could do for Tennessee and its future success in recruiting.

Pruitt knows how important North Georgia could be for Tennessee in the future as he continues to go after and get recruits in that area. One of Tennessee’s best recruits from the 2020 class, Harrison Bailey, came out of Marrietta, Georgia.

Now, the Vols get its 22nd commitment in the 2021 class after three-star tight end Miles Campbell out of Douglasville, Georgia, announced that he’s committing to Tennessee.

Campbell chose the Vols over Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, and many more. That’s another big win for Pruitt and his staff.

This makes three commits from Georgia now for the 2021 class. Campbell joins running back Cody Brown and wide receiver Julian Nixon, who are both four-stars.

Standing at 6-foot-3, 234-pounds, Campbell is the No. 20 overall tight end and No. 37 prospect in the state of Georgia. He’s only a three-star, but he’s one of the best three-stars I’ve seen and definitely one of the most athletic. He’s one of the best tight ends in Georgia and could be an asset to Tennessee’s future offense.

In his junior season, Campbell caught 54 passes for 620 yards and seven touchdowns. He’s a solid run blocker that is also very athletic, and he has the ability to block and catch passes very well. For a tight end, he’s pretty quick and has the speed to outrun defenders covering him.

With the addition of Campbell, the Vols remain comfortably at the No. 2 recruiting class in the country as we slowly inch towards Summer. The Vols only have a few spots remaining in the class, assuming no one de-commits, so things could get interesting for the Vols here on out.

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