George MacIntyre has frequented Tennessee Football. On Monday, the five-star quarterback released his top schools.
To no surprise, the Vols made the cut in MacIntyre’s top schools. Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Florida InternationaI Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Oregon and UCLA also made the cut in the five-star’s top schools.
“Grateful to every school that has taken the time to recruit me,” MacIntyre wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter. “This process has been a blessing and I can only thank the man above.”
The 6-foot-5.5 gunslinger ranks as the No. 15 prospect in the 2025 class and the No. 2 quarterback, according to 247Sports Composite. Out of Brentwood Academy in middle Tennessee, MacIntyre is the No. 1 prospect from the state.
FIU made his top schools likely because his uncle, Mike MacIntyre, is the head coach at the program. Alabama and Tennessee have been two programs heavily involved with MacIntyre throughout his recruitment.
The in-state Vols have hosted MacIntyre five times since extending him a scholarship offer in August 2022. Heupel watched MacIntyre and Brentwood face off with Christian Brothers earlier this season.
MacIntyre has emerged as the top quarterback target for the Vols in the 2025. Tennessee was also the favorite to land Deuce Knight, a 2025 four-star dual-threat quarterback. Deuce has committed to Notre Dame since.
Deuce’s commitment to the Fighting Irish makes the recruitment of MacIntyre even more important. Alabama has been an active player, though.
MacIntyre has attended games at Alabama and LSU thus far this season. He is expected to be in Neyland Stadium on Saturday. He also is expected to head to FIU on Wednesday.
Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide extended MacIntyre a scholarship offer in February of 2023, and he has visited three times since. A decision is widely expected early next year from MacIntyre.