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Tennessee Football Makes Cut for Four-Star EDGE Bryce Davis

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Tennessee football made the cut for four-star EDGE rusher Bryce Davis. The class of 2025 prospect narrowed his choices to 12 on Wednesday.

Clemson, South Carolina, Alabama, Michigan, Florida, Duke, Georgia, Notre Dame, North Carolina and Southern California also made his top schools. The 6-foot-3 and 245-pound EDGE ranks as the No. 49 prospect in the 2025 class by 247Sports Composite. He is also the No. 7 EDGE in his class.

Out of Grimsley High School in Greensboro, N.C., Davis ranks as the No. 2 prospect in the state. He has been extended 25 offers, including offers from all of his top schools.

His Grimsley High School has produced several highly-ranked prospects in recent memory. Another Tennessee target, Terrell Anderson, also attends Grimsley High School. Anderson is now trending towards NC State.

Grimsely also has current North Carolina commitment Alex Taylor and current North Carolina defensive lineman Travis Shaw.

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Davis made 92 tackles as a sophomore, including 26 tackles for loss and 12 sacks. He also picked up 27 quarterback hurries. He blocked three kicks on special teams. He also played basketball, averaging 5.8 points per game and 3.8 rebounds per game.

Davis was extended a scholarship offer from Tennessee in January, and he took a visit to Knoxville for the Orange and White game in April.

Tennessee’s current 2025 class only has one commitment — Shamar Arnoux. Arnoux ranks as a three-star prospect in the class. The lone commitment puts the class at No. 24 very early into the 2025 cycle.

The Vols have momentum in the 2024 class. The class holds 19 commitments, headlined by five-star wide receiver Mike Matthews and four-star offensive tackle Bennett Warren. It ranks No. 10 in the 2024 cycle.

Georgia (No. 1), Florida (No. 3), Alabama (No. 4) and LSU (No. 7) are the SEC schools that ranks ahead of the Vols in the 2024 class rankings currently.

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  1. Davis should pick Penn state or Alabama. he can only get better with the right school.
    he’s going to the N.F.L

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