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Tennessee Football: Who is Visiting for UConn?

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While Saturday’s matchup between Tennessee Football and UConn will not be as big of a recruiting weekend as those to come, it is still important. 

The Vols take on the Huskies at noon on Saturday. Here’s a look at some prospects expected to be in Knoxville.

2025 RB Justin Baker 

Justin Baker is the Vols’ most recent commitment. He will be in town this weekend to watch the Vols play UConn. 

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Baker is a three-star prospect and ranks as the No. 363 prospect in the 2025 class according to 247Sports COmposite. He attends Buford (Ga.) High School and is the No. 42 prospect from Georgia. 

Baker has visited Tennessee four times since May, and he was extended his scholarship offer in January. 

2025 ATH Duane Morris 

Duane Morris is an in-state prospect from Chattanooga, and he is expected to visit Tennessee this weekend. Morris is a three-star athlete and the No. 373 prospect in the 2025 class. 

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Morris is the No. 12 prospect from Tennessee and attends Oakland High School. He holds offers from Colorado, Kentucky and Texas A&M notably. 

2025 WR Dillon Alfred

A four-star wide receiver, Dillon Alfred is expected to visit Tennessee this weekend. Alfred ranks as the No. 336 prospect and the No. 48 wide receiver. 

He attends Saralnad (Ala.) High School. Alfred has frequented Tennessee, visiting twice already this season.

2025 EDGE Tyrone Burrus

Tyrone Burrus is a three-star EDGE rusher out of Warren High School in Indiana. He is the No. 503 prospect nationally and the No. 37 EDGE.

Burrus does not hold a Tennessee offer, but he has several MAC schools as well as Iowa and Iowa State,

2025 LB Justine Rowe

Justin Rowe out of Asheville (N.C.) School is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend. He holds offers from Tennessee, Michigan, Missouri and the Vols. 

Rowe is a three-star by some outlets and unranked by 247Sports. 

2025 OL Cortez Smith 

Cortez Smith is a four-star offensive lineman. He attends Parkview (Ga.) High School. Smith ranks as the No. 105 player nationally and the No. 3 interior offensive lineman. 

The 6-foot-4, 295-pound lineman will be taking his first trip to Tennessee since receiving an offer last December. 

2024 commitments expected to be in town

Kaleb Beasley, Peyton Lewis, Carson Gentle and Edwin Spillman are also expected to take in the UConn game. 

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