Tennessee's fastest junior has interest in UT

One of the top juniors in the state of Tennessee is holding an unofficial offer from the state's top school. Memphis East running back and athlete Brian Kimbrow, who is recognized as one of the fastest players in the Volunteer State, confirmed that he has an offer and that he indeed has interest in the Vols.

One of the top juniors in the state of Tennessee is holding an unofficial offer from the state's top school.

Memphis East running back and athlete Brian Kimbrow, who is recognized as one of the fastest players in the Volunteer State, confirmed that he has an offer and that he indeed has interest in the Vols.

"I currently have 11 offers from a lot of different schools, including one from the University of Tennessee," Kimbrow said. "I like Tennessee a lot."

Kimbrow, who rushed for over 940 yards as a sophomore, has over 1,400 all-purpose yards and 14 touchdowns this season.

Who is recruiting Kimbrow the hardest?

"A lot of schools are showing a lot of interest," Kimbrow noted. "I would have to say Oregon, LSU, Tennessee, Kentucky, Auburn and USC are the schools recruiting me the most."

Kimbrow has been impressed with the new Tennessee coaching staff.

"Coach (Derek)Dooley really seems to know what he is doing," Kimbrow said. "I have been impressed with how his young team has played so far."

Tennessee Assistant Head Coach Charlie Baggett is responsible for recruiting the city of Memphis.

"The new coaching staff seems to be recruiting the Memphis area a lot better, I like Coach Baggett a lot," Kimbrow said. "I'm glad they are recruiting me."

Kimbrow ran a 4.38 40 in several summer and spring combines around the state and is noted as one of the fastest players in the state.


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