Falcon, who didn't participate, says he plans on visiting the Volunteers on April 25. He noted he wouldn't make a his final decision known till he finally made his way to Tennessee.
"I want to visit Tennessee," Falcon said. "They're my leader right now. So I want to have a clear mind about everything. So after I visit them, I'll have a more clear mindset of what I want to do."
With Tennessee leading the way, other programs have been in hot pursuit of Falcon. In fact, Michigan has been making a strong push as of late.
"Michigan is really turning on me," Falcon said of the Wolverines. "I have a good relationship with Coach Wheatley and Coach Harbaugh. They are talking to me a lot, they are recruiting me hard. So they definitely made a jump up my list."
Harbaugh made a good impression with Falcon when he offered him during his visit last month.
"He's a good coach," Falcon said of Harbaugh. "I know he takes pride in actually developing a player. he develops his players as men, and not just football players. So that's something I want to look for in a school. He treats his guys well and knows a lot about the game of football."
Michigan has continued to stay in contact with Falcon since his visit.
"I have been talking with Coach Wheatley a lot," Falcon said. "He wants me down there to play at Michigan really bad. He likes my speed, my size and my catching ability. Really, we're just talking a day to day basis. I'm going to get down there for the spring game April 4. So will see where it goes from there. "
And when Falcon does visit for the spring game, he says he'll be looking for certain criteria during his visit.
"With a new coach, I want to see how they operate under Coach Harbaugh," Falcon said of U-M. "The offense that they are running. Basically, how well they can dominate."