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Tennessee football in top 12 for 2024 Georgia LB Andrew Hines

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Tennessee football made the cut in four-star prospect Andrew Hines’ top schools. 

Hines annoucned his top 12 schools on Christmas. The Vols were joined by Harvard, Cal, Virginia Tech, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Wake Forest, West Virginia, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, and Duke.

“The communication, how much they seemed like they needed me,” Hines told Off The Hook Sports about what separated his top schools from his over 30 offers. “They also had everything I was looking for in a school which pushed them over a few of the other schools.”

Tennessee football extended the 6-foot-1 and 215-pound linebacker a scholarship offer in June 2021. The Vols were the first school to offer Hines. 

Hines can see himself playing in Tennessee’s defense. 

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“Tennessee is a great program, they have been doing a lot of good things,” Hines said. “That is a school that definitely suits me and I could see myself there in the future.”

Hines attends Woodward Academy in College Park. He ranks as the No. 39 prospect from Georgia. 

Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel has had no issue recruiting in the state of Georgia. In his 2023 class, he picked up the No. 5 and No. 7 prospects out of Georgia. 

Hines plans to take a visit Tennessee football sometime this spring, he tells Off The Hook Sports.

“I have gone (to Tennessee) multiple times but only my dad has gone with me,” Hines said. “So, I would like to get the rest of my family up there.” 

He is also planning to go visit Ole Miss, South Carolina, Harvard, and Misouri, among others. 

After the Vols’ Orange Bowl win, they are rolling into 2023 with some momentum. Hines was tuned in to watch Tennessee’s performance in Miami. 

“It was a good game but Tennessee overpowered them all game, and went home with the win,” Hines said. 

We can expect a commitment from Hines pretty soon. He told Off The Hook he hopes to have finalized his decision in about a month or so. 

As for his role in college, Hines sees himself playing a lot of roles for wherever he ends up. 

“I see myself being a linebacker who can also go out and cover because I cover well,” Hines said. “Some schools would have me as a middle linebacker, but others have recruited me as an outside linebacker.”

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