Tennessee football’s matchup with Georgia is bringing lots of attention to Knoxville from SEC Nation to a visit from Dolly Parton. It is also a massive recruiting weekend for the Vols.
Here is a look at a busy weekend for Tennessee recruiting, including several official visitors.
Five-Star Jordan Seaton
Jordan Seaton has remained a top target for the Vols through his recruitment. The five-star offensive tackle ranks as the No. 16 prospect nationally, and the No. 1 offensive tackle according to 247Sports Composite. He attends IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
The 6-foot-5, 287-pound prospect was last in Knoxville for the Vols’ matchup with South Carolina.
Missouri commitment Elias Williams
Elias Williams has been committed to Missouri since September. That commitment isn’t preventing him from taking an official visit to Tennessee this weekend. The three-star defensive lineman ranks as the No. 552 prospect nationally. He attends Hudson High School in Hudson, Florida.
Tennessee extended Williams a scholarship offer in September, and it appears Alabama is in the race for Williams as well.
Four-Star Roger Saleapaga
Roger Saleapaga has been a tight end target for the Vols, and now he will take his official visit to Tennessee this weekend. He currently has two crystal balls to Oregon on 247Sports. He is from Orem High School in Utah.
Saleapaga ranks as the No. 432 prospect nationally and the No. 26 tight end in the 2024 class.
JUCO DL Brien Taylor
Brien Taylor is one of the top JUCO prospects in this cycle, and will officially visit Tennessee on Saturday. Taylor currently plays at Blinn College, but he is originally from Houston. Oklahoma State, Auburn and Georgia have hosted him for officials already, and he has a visit scheduled with Florida.
He ranks as the No. 10 JUCO prospect and the No. 4 defensive lineman.
JUCO DL Kemari Copeland
Kemari Copeland called Virginia Tech his “dream school” when they extended him an offer, but the Vols scheduled him for an official visit. Copeland is currently at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
The Vols made Copeland’s top eight list along with UCF, Auburn, Arkansas, NC State, Virginia Tech, Arizona State and Kansas. He ranks as the No. 11 JUCO prospect and the No. 5 defensive lineman
2024 Four-Star Kamron Mikell
Kamron Mikell is slated to make his college commitment on Nov. 23, and he spent the last two weekends at Colorado and Georgia. He officially visited Tennessee at the end of September.
Mikell ranks as the No. 101 prospect nationally and the No. 6 athlete in his class. He attends Statesboro High School in Georgia.
2025 Five-Star George MacIntyre
Quarterback George MacIntyre has frequented Tennessee’s campus, and is expected to be in town for his second game on Saturday. The five-star ranks as the No. 15 prospect nationally, and the No. 2 quarterback in the 2025 class. He is also the No. 1 prospect in Tennessee, hailing from Brentwood Academy.
Alabama is seen as the main competition for MacIntyre with the Vols.
2025 Five-Star David Sanders Jr.
The No. 3 ranked player in the 2025 class, David Sanders Jr, is expected to visit Tennessee on Saturday. The five-star last visited Tennessee in June.
The 6-foot-6, 270-pound offensive tackle attends Providence Day School in Charlotte.
2025 Four-Star Cameron Sparks
Cameron Sparks is one of Tennessee’s top in-state targets for the class of 2025. Out of Baylor School in Chattanooga, Sparks ranks as the No. 35 player in the 2025 class. He has visited Tennessee several times, and he hold almost 20 offers.
Tennessee is recruiting Sparks for the offensive side of the ball. The prospect has played running back, wide receiver and safety.
2025 Five-Star Caleb Cunningham
Five-star wide receiver Caleb Cunningham, out of Choctaw County High School in Mississippi, is expected to visit Tennessee. Cunningham is the No. 9 prospect in the 2025 class. He is also the No. 3 wide receiver.
Cunningham received an offer from Tennessee in January and took a visit in April.
2025 Four-Star Bobby Kanka
Bobby Kanka has been committed to Michigan since August. Tennessee extended him a scholarship offer in November 2022 and this will be his first visit. Kanka ranks as the No. 327 prospect in his class.
The defensive lineman out of Howell High School in Michigan holds 13 offers.
2025 Four-Star Brandon Brown
Brandon Brown out of Eau Gallie High School in Florida is expected to visit Tennessee this weekend. The four-star defensive lineman ranks as the No. 210 prospect in his class. He is also the No. 23 defensive lineman.
Miami and Florida seem to be the front-runners for Brown.
2025 Four-Star Emaree Winston
The Calhoun, Georgia, prospect took a visit earlier this season to Tennessee. Emaree Winston is expected to take another visit this weekend to look at the Vols.
Winston ranks as the No. 241 prospect nationally and the No. 11 tight end in his class. He currently has two crystal balls with opinions split on Ohio State and Texas.
2025 Four-Star Ziyare Addison
Ziyare Addison ranks as the No. 272 prospect in the 2025 class, and he is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend. He is the No. 24 offensive tackle in his class.
Addison is out of Sumner High School in Riverview, Florida. He holds 18 offers, and he received an offer from Tennessee in July.
2025 Four-Star Phillip Bell
Phillip Bell ranks as the No. 57 prospect in the 2025 class, and he plans to be in Knoxville on Saturday. He received an offer from Tennessee in September 2022.
Bell is the No. 8 wide receiver in his class. He attends Mission Viejo High School in California. His lone crystal ball points him to Lincoln Riley’s USC.
2025 Four-Star Jaylen Williams
Jaylen Williams spent last weekend in Iowa, and he is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend. He ranks as the No. 236 prospect and the No. 28 defensive lineman in the 2025 class.
Williams attends Palatine High School in Illinois and he has almost 20 offers. He received a Tennessee offer in March and visited in April.
2025 Four-Star Isaiah Mozee
Out of Lee’s Summit North in Missouri, Isaiah Mozee released his top schools in October. Tennessee made the cut with Nebraska, Oregon, Arkansas, Georgia, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kansas. He ranks as the No. 102 prospect and the No. 16 wide receiver.
Saturday will be Mozee’s first game in Neyland Stadium, but he visited in the spring.
2025 Four-Star Ethan Utley
Ethan Utley has already visited once this season, but the defensive lineman is expected to be on campus again this weekend. He ranks as the No. 107 prospect nationally and the No. 10 defensive lineman,
Another in-state prospect, Utlet attends Ensworth High School in Nashville. He has racked up 37 offers thus far.
2025 Four-Star Jaylan Morgan
Jaylan Morgan, out of Rockvale High School in Rockvale, Tennessee, recently received a crystal ball projection to Tennessee. Now, he is expected to visit the Vols this weekend.
Morgan ranks as the No. 196 prospect nationally and the No. 12 safety in his class.
2025 Four-Star Carter Lowe
Carter Lowe, a four-star offensive tackle, is expected to visit Tennessee this weekend. He ranks as the No. 154 prospect nationally and the No. 13 offensive tackle. Out of Whitmer High School in Toledo, Ohio, Lowe holds crystal balls to Ohio State.
2025 Three-Star Tre Poteat
Tre Poteat, out of Verona Area High School in Wisconsin, is expected to visit Tennessee this weekend. The cornerback ranks as the No. 358 prospect nationally and the No. 38 cornerback in his class.
He received a Tennessee offer in September.
2025 Three-Star Sam Haley
Out of Ensworth Academy, linebacker Sam Haley ranks as the No. 594 prospect in his class. He was extended a Tennessee offer in October.
2025 Mariyon Dye
Out of Elkhart High School in Indiana, Mariyon Dye is expected to visit campus this weekend. The edge rusher last visited Tennessee in July when he received a scholarship offer.
2025 Travis Smith Jr.
Travis Smith Jr. holds 21 offers and received an offer from the Vols in September. He is out of Westlake High School in Atlanta.
2025 Jeremiah Seaton
Out of James Hubert Blake High School in Maryland, Seaton holds just three offers. One of those offers is from the Vols, and he is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend.
Tennessee commitments expected to be in Knoxville
Boo Carter, Braylon Staley, Peyton Lewis, Max Anderson, Gage Ginther, Kellen Lindstrom and Marcus Goree Jr. are all expected to be in town this weekend.