Tennessee: In-state decisions
Will Gross, four-star quarterback from Memphis-Melrose, Sheldon Dawson, three-star cornerback from Memphis-Ridgeway, Eric Belew, safety from Columbia Central, Carl Mitchell, defensive end from Memphis-Wooddale, and Daniel Hurd, wide receiver from Memphis-Wooddale.
Ben Still, three-star offensive guard from Memphis University School, Jaylen Walton, three-star running back from Memphis-Ridgeway, I'tavius Mathers, three-star running back from Murfreesboro-Blackman and C.J. Beathard, quarterback from Franklin-Battle Ground Academy.
Drae Bowles, four-star wide receiver from Jackson Christian, George Bullock, three-star kicker from Knoxville-West, Cody Blanc, wide receiver from Knoxville-Central, and Austin Sanders, offensive guard from Cleveland-Bradley.
Brian Kimbrow, four-star running back from Memphis-East, Barrett Gouger, three-star offensive tackle from Chattanooga-Baylor, Caleb Azubike, three-star defensive end from Nashville-McGavock, and Cory Batey, wide receiver from Nashville-Ensworth.
Cordale Boyd, three-star offensive guard from Memphis-Ridgeway, and Brandon Lewis, three-star defensive end.
Latarius Brady, offensive guard from Memphis-East, and Greg Buckhanon, defensive tackle from Memphis-Mitchell.
Jovon Robinson, four-star running back from Memphis-Wooddale.
Jay Guillermo, three-star center from Maryville.
Alex Dale, cornerback from Memphis University School.
Landon Foster, a punter from Thompson's Station-Independence.
Blake Bars, three-star offensive tackle from Nashville-Montgomery Bell Academy.
Will Redmond, three-star cornerback from Memphis-East.
Patton Robinette, a three-star quarterback from Maryville.
Chad Voytik, a four-star quarterback from Cleveland.
Grant Powell, a quarterback from Memphis-Christian Brothers.
Graham Shuler, a three-star center from Brentwood Academy.
Chase Robison, a defensive end from from Memphis-Christian Brothers.
Woody Baron, a three-star defensive end from Brentwood Academy.
Tyler Hayworth, an offensive guard from Kingsport-Dobyns Bennett.
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