A name that you might want to remember is Josh Harris. A 6-foot-4, 290-pound offensive tackle, Harris is gaining interest from several schools around the south including Tennessee, where he visited Saturday.
"I loved the visit," Harris told InsideTennessee. "Everything was awesome and I enjoyed getting to watch spring practice. It was my first time seeing a spring practice and watching players go through that."
Harris got an up close and personal look at new offensive line coach Sam Pittman, who is Harris' main recruiter, along with running backs coach Jay Graham.
"Coach Pittman and coach Graham are my main recruiters," he said. "I got a chance to talk with coach Pittman a bunch at the end of the visit. We watched my film together and I liked him a lot.
"It was good to see coach Pittman coaching the current players," Harris said. "They were really flying around out there during practice. I like his coaching style and how he breaks everything down with technique and everything. It was awesome."
"Tennessee and Kentucky are probably my two top schools," Harris said. "I visited Kentucky a few weeks ago and really enjoyed it. They seem really interested. They will be coming to see me practice as well.
"I grew up liking Tennessee. I have always watched Tennessee and stuff like that. I have always been a fan of the Vols. That makes it even more cool to come up and see Tennessee."
Harris has yet to collect his first offer, but a couple more looks from the Tennessee coaching staff could equal up to all his dreams coming true.
"Coach Pittman and coach (Derek) Dooley want to see me in person so they are going to come see me and they want me to come to camp so they can work me out," he said. "They want to get a feel for my game and stuff like that. I think there is a good chance they will offer me in the future."