However, new Tennessee defensive backs coach Derrick Ansley has three-star corner Cameron Sutton thinking Orange.
Sutton, who is ranked as the No. 80 cornerback in the 2013 class according to FOX Sports Next, has already become close with Ansley, which will be crucial in his recruitment.
|Tennessee defensive backs coach Derrick Ansley has built a bond with Sutton.|
The 6-foot, 175-pounder has already been on campus for Tennessee's camp in June, but he hasn't seen enough of Rocky Top yet. He will be back once again July 13 for camp with the Vols.
"I definitely want to commit before the start of school," Sutton said. "I want to get it done by the end of summer. I am going to try and get some more trips in. I know I'm going back to Tennessee this month and I am working on some others."
Sutton, who claims a 3.6 grade point average, says he could see himself in Knoxville after making his life in the Peach State (Jonesboro, Ga.) for his entire life.
"It is definitely a place that I can make my second home outside of Georgia," Sutton said. "The facilities are great and they are continuing to add on at Tennessee. The people are very involved in the school and the athletic department there."
The Jonesboro (Ga.) High School prospect has been thrust into a leadership role, which has forced him to alter his on-field personality.
"I can still improve on becoming a more vocal leader," he said. "I am a leader, but I have always led by example and making plays. I am trying to work on being more vocal because a lot of players on my team are looking up to me."
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