Marquill Osborne puts on recruiting hat

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BEAVERTON, Ore. — Marquill Osborne continues to hear from programs such as Clemson, Florida, Michigan and Virginia Tech.

The school that's held the Hough (N.C.) High School cornerback's commitment since Sept. 6, 2014, is Tennessee. Osborne said this week he is "most definitely" still pledged to the Big Orange.

The Charlotte area talent ranks by Scout as the No. 65 cornerback in the nation, No. 21 in the South and No. 2 in the Tar Heel State.

"I just try to figure out their interests in Tennessee," Osborne said. "I'm not going to bug somebody that don't want to do something. So, I figure out their interests and then I tell them what I think. It's a great place."

This week, Osborne is at The Opening at NIKE Headquarters to recruit for the Volunteers and to work on his craft out on the island. He has his sights set on a pair of Scout four-star defensive backs and a four-star wide receiver from the Midwest.

Click play on the video below to see InsideTennessee's exclusive interview with Osborne from The Opening:

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