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Tennessee Football Welcomes First Official Visitors of June, 2023

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The first weekend of official visitors is here for Tennessee Football.

While not as busy as weekends to come, some important prospects will be in Knoxville this weekend. 

Here’s a look at some highly-touted prospects expected to be visiting Tennessee. 

Official visitor OT Max Anderson 

Anderson, a four-star offensive lineman, is officially visiting Tennessee this weekend. He ranks as the No. 191 prospect nationally and the No. 18 offensive tackle according to 247Sports Composite. 

The 6-foot-5 and 305-pond lineman out of Reedy (TX.) High School is also expected to officially visit Oklahoma. There are two crystal balls on 247Sports, projecting Anderson to Tennessee. 

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Anderson’s brother, Nate, plays offensive line for Oklahoma. Georgia is also another school in the running for the four-star.

Official visitor Kellen Lindstrom 

Lindstrom has been committed to Tennessee since May 5. The four-star defensive lineman is taking his official visit to Tennessee this weekend. 

Lindstrom ranks as the No. 268 prospect nationally, and the No. 32 defensive lineman in his class according to 247Sports Composite. 

The 6-5, 235-pound Lindstrom picked up 73 tackles with six for loss, one sack, one fumble recovery and one kick block in his junior season at Glendale (MO.) High School. 

TE Roger Saleapaga

Saleapaga, a four-star tight end from Orem (UT.), is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend. He ranks as the No. 19 tight end in his class. 

Saleapaga was extended a scholarship offer in October. In-state BYU is the favorite to land Saleapaga, and his brother played for the Cougars as well. 

The Vols have a great opportunity to separate themselves for their west coast counterparts in the race for the highly touted tight end. 

2025 QB George MacIntyre 

In-state five-star quarterback MacIntyre is expected to visit Tennessee this weekend and participate in Sunday’s camp. He ranks as the No. 13 prospect nationally and the No. 2 quarterback in his class. 

The 6-5.5 and 182-pound MacIntyre out of Brentwood Academy has quickly become the top signal-caller on Tennessee’s board. He currently holds over 35 offers, including a recent one from Clemson. 

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