Tennessee Football will host a lot of prospects for its contest with South Carolina. The SEC home opener and night game will combine for a perfect environment to host recruits.
The Vols will have three top class of 2024 visitors in town, including two for official visits.
Here’s a look at some of the names expected to be in Knoxville on Saturday.
Official visitor running back Daniel Hill
Daniel Hill, a four-star running back, is taking his official visit to Tennessee Football this weekend. The No. 192 prospect nationally, Hill is out of Meridian (Miss.) High School. He currently has crystal balls to South Carolina and Alabama.
The 6-foot-1 and 220-pound running back ranks as the No. 14 athlete.
Official visitor athlete Kam Mikell
Out of Statesboro (Ga.) High School, Kam Mikell ranks as a four-star prospect. He is currently crystalballed to Georgia. He ranks as the No. 139 prospect nationally.
Mikell likely projects as a receiver for the Vols. He ranks as the No. 21 prospect out of Georgia.
Offensive tackle Jordan Seaton
Tennessee Football has been pushing four-star Seaton hard in recent days, trying to get him to campus for a visit. He ranks as the No. 36 prospect in the country according to 247Sports Composite. The 6-foot-5, 296-pound Seaton attends IMG Academy in Florida but is from Washington, D.C. He is the No. 6 prospect from D.C.
South Carolina, whom the Vols will be facing off with on Saturday during Seaton’s visit, is set to host him for an official visit during the Nov. 18 weekend. Colorado, Florida State, Alabama, Florida, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, and South Carolina.
Seaton has already officially visited Alabama, and he is scheduled to officially visit Florida the weekend of Oct. 6. The Vols will also be trying to land an official visit.
2025 cornerback Trey McNutt
McNutt ranks as a four-star prospect and the No. 61 prospect nationally. Out of Shaker Heights (OH.) High School, he is the No. 1 prospect from the state.
The 6-foot, 180-pound defensive back holds over 25 scholarship offers.
2025 safety Jontae Gilbert
Out of Douglass (Ga.) High School, Gilbert is a four-star safety. He ranks as the No. 30 prospect nationally, and the No. 2 safety. He holds over 20 scholarship offers.
2025 linebacker Eric Winters
Winters ranks as the No. 98 prospect nationally. He holds 25 scholarship offers. The four-star prospect is out of Enterprise (Al.) High School.
2025 defensive lineman Amare Adams
Adams is a four-star prospect out of South Florence (S.C.) High School. He is the No. 102 prospect nationally and has a crystal ball to South Carolina.
2025 cornerback Onis Konanbanny
Konanbanny is the No. 190 prospect nationally. Out of Heathwood Hall (S.C.) Episcopal School, he holds over 25 offers. He has visited North Carolina and has clear interest in the Tar Heels.
2025 wide receiver Lamason Waller
Waller, who is crystal-balled to Michigan, ranks as the No. 271 prospect nationally. Waller is out of Sultana (Calif.) High School with over 40 scholarship offers.
2025 quarterback Madden Iamaleava
After visiting last weekend for the Vols matchup with UTSA, Iamaleava is back on campus again. With Deuce Knight committed elsewhere and George MacIntyre being courted by most in the country, Iamaleava is the Vols’ focus in the 2025 class.
He ranks as the No. 313 prospect and the No. 22 quarterback in the class.
2026 quarterback Jared Curtis
A five-star quarterback, Curtis already holds over 25 offers. He ranks as the No. 20 prospect nationally in the class.
Curtis is out of Nashville Christian School and ranks as the No. 1 prospect from Tennessee.
2025 running back Donovan Johnson
Out of IMG Academy, Johnson holds 27 scholarship offers. He ranks as the No. 104 prospect in the 2025 class. He stands at 6-foot, 205 pounds.
Tennessee commitments expected to be in Knoxville
Boo Carter, Jake Merklinger, Kellen Lindstrom, Edwin Spillman, Jordan Burns, Marcus Goree Jr., Bennett Warren, Mike Matthews and Kaleb Beasley are all expected to be in Knoxville this weekend.