One of the Vols’ top targets has locked in a commitment date. Four-star offensive lineman William Satterwhite announced he will make his college decision on Friday, July 7. He will choose between Tennessee Football and Clemson.
“Announcing my commitment on July 7th,” Satterwhite wrote in his announcement. “Tigers vs Vols. Which orange will I be wearing next year?”
The 6-foot-4.5 and 300-pound lineman ranks nationally as the No. 191 prospect and the No. 11 interior offensive lineman in the 2024 class by 247Sports Composite. Out of Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron, Ohio, Satterwhite is the No. 7 prospect out of the state.
Satterwhite traveled to Clemson for an official visit during the June 2 weekend, and he officially visited Tennessee the June 23 weekend. He has received 32 scholarship offers. Some of his notable scholarship offers include Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and Florida.
Satterwhite’s top nine was made up of Tennessee, Clemson, Cincinnati, Auburn, Georgia, Alabama, Penn State, Michigan State and Michigan.
The offensive lineman was extended a scholarship offer from Tennessee in January. He visited Knoxville for the first time not long after, attending a spring practice in March.
Tennessee Football holds 15 commitments in its current class. The 2024 class for the Vols ranks No. 10 in the nation according to 247Sports. The Vols recently picked up a commitment from four-star offensive lineman Max Anderson.
Satterwhite could add to the deep offensive linemen class Tennessee offensive line coach Glen Elarbee is creating in the 2024 class. Three-star offensive linemen Gage Ginther and Jesse Perry are also apart of the 2024 class.
The 2024 class for the Vols is currently comprised of four-star quarterback Jake Merklinger, four-star athlete Johnathan Echols, four-star cornerback Kaleb Beasley, four-star Peyton Lewis, four-star offensive lineman Anderson, four-star athlete Boo Carter, four-star defensive lineman Kellen Lindstrom, four-star linebacker Jordan Burns four-star athlete Marcus Goree Jr. and three-star defensive linemen Carson Gentle and Jeremais Heard along with three-star offensive linemen Ginther and Perry and three-star safety Edress Farooq.