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Tennessee Recruiting: Two Highly Sought-After JUCO prospects visiting Knoxville this weekend

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With Early Signing Day approaching and the transfer portal wide opening, Tennessee is making use of its official visits. 

Tennessee is hosting two commitments and a highly sought-after JUCO prospect this weekend as official visitors. 

DT Elijah Davis 

Davis announced via Twitter he would be taking an official visit to Knoxville this weekend. 

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Davis had visited Tennessee during the “Rocky Topalooza” event in the spring. 

The defensive tackle is from East Mississippi Community College. While in Scooba this season, he picked up 35 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, and three sacks. 

The Vols extended Davis a scholarship offer in February. 

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Tennessee has made the 6-foot-4 and 280-pound defensive tackle a priority in this recruiting cycle. Davis ranks as a four-star junior college prospect. He is the No. 1 defensive lineman and the No. 2 prospect from South Carolina. 

A native of Wagener, S.C., Tennessee is competing with the Gamecocks for Davis’ talents. 

Davis also holds offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, and Auburn, among others. 

Safety Jack Luttrell

Luttrell announced via social media he would be taking an official visit to Tennessee this weekend. 

Lutrell was Tennessee’s first commitment in the class of 2023, pledging to the Vols in August of last year. He chose Tennessee over Texas A&M, Memphis, Notre Dame, and Arkansas, among others. 

Luttrell attends Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, GA. 

Luttrell is a three-star prospect. He ranks as the No. 74 safety and the No. 92 prospect from Georgia. He measures out at 6-foot and 172-pounds. 

Luttrell will give Tennessee some much-needed secondary help next season. 

EDGE Chandavian Bradley

Bradley was in Knoxville over the weekend, taking an official visit to Tennessee. 

The four-star edge rusher committed to Tennessee in July. Bradley chose the Vols over Texas A&M and South Carolina, among others. 

Bradley has a solid 2022 season. The 6-4.5 and 220-pound edge rusher finished the year with 35 tackles, two tackles for loss, two sacks, and two forced fumbles. 

Bradley attends Platte County High School in Platte City, MO. 

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