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Tennessee Football ‘Top-Five’ for 2025 Four-Star CB Terrance Edwards

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Tennessee football extended class of 2025 four-star cornerback Terrance “Deuce” Edwards a scholarship offer in February. Since then, the Vols have been active in his recruitment.

Edwards, out of Trinity Episcopal (Va.) School, took another unofficial visit to Tennessee this weekend. His got to spend time with defensive backs coach Willie Martinez during his time in Knoxville.

“We just talked about me as a player, talked about what they would like to see from me, how they would want to use me how they think I could fit at the University of Tennessee,” Edwards said. “Talked about my development. if I went him there he said my dad has nothing to worry about, I’ll be in great hands, stuff like that.”

Edwards ranks as the No. 322 prospect nationally and the No. 28 athlete in the 2025 class according to 247Sports Composite. During his visit, he got the chance to talk about how Martinez, and Tennessee, would utilize him on the field.

The Vols see Edwards being able to play inside or outside corner.

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“He said I could be a great player overall,” Edwards said. “He told me that I have the ability to play both. I’m a hard worker. And he said I have the ability to be an NFL player.”

On top of talking with Martinez, Edwards got the chance to take in Tennessee’s facilities. When the storms on Sunday brought the camp inside, Edwards was even more impressed with the facilities that the Vols boast.

“Tennessee has everything,” Edwards said. “The crazy thing is they have two weight rooms, an Olympic weight room and the football weight room. Everybody’s family there. The turf field, the camp was gonna be outside at first and they started rain, so they moved everybody in the turf facility and that was, that was big because I got to see more of the inside and stuff and all the coaches’ offices. Everything was just so, so, so up to par and, and the whole campus is beautiful.”

Edwards has had a busy summer, taking trips to Alabama, Georgia, Clemson and Ohio State. His trip to Knoxville wrapped up a busy summer.

He also already has a trip planned to Knoxville in the fall. Edwards hopes to make it back to Neyland Stadium for Tennessee’s matchup with Georgia. The 6-foot-1 and 180-pound cornerback holds the Vols in high regard moving into his junior season.

“They’re definitely, definitely a top five,” Edwards said. “Tennessee is in my top five for sure.”

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