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Tennessee Football inks Boo Carter, adds two commits: Early Signing Period tracker

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The Early Signing Period is upon us, and the biggest news Tennessee Football could possibly make is no news. Caleb Jarreau joins Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker to discuss all of the commitments who inked deals with the Vols Wednesday morning on Off the Hook Sports’ Wednesday, Dec. 20 podcast, and they also talk about new commitments who joined in.

Commits sign with Tennessee Football

After 10 midterm enrollees took part in practice for Tennessee Football on Saturday, the Vols then signed the bulk of their 2024 recruiting class Wednesday morning. Included in that group were five-star edge Jordan Ross and in-state athlete Boo Carter. How big of a deal is it that Carter didn’t flip? Who is the most important player in the whole group to have signed with Rocky Top?

In addition to Carter, UT inked all four offensive linemen, both of their superstar receivers in Mike Matthews and Braylon Staley, their four-star quarterback in Jake Merklinger and their four-star running back in Peyton Lewis. They also stocked up on linebacker with three four-star commitments at that position, helping to address a major need.

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Two new commits join Tennessee Football

Before the early signing period kicked off, Tennessee Football added another commitment on the recruiting trail and then another transfer. California tight end Cole Harrison landed with Rocky Top on Tuesday, giving them more depth at the position, and Oregon State Beavers transfers defensive back Jermod McCoy committed to the Vols Wednesday morning. Which pickup is bigger?

Interview with JuCo DL Jamal Wallace

Junior college defensive lineman Jamal Wallace out of Sierra College in California committed to Tennessee Football over the weekend. Wallace joins the show to discuss what he brings to the table for the Vols. How versatile is he given the fact that he was listed as a linebacker when he first committed to junior college years ago? Will he play in the middle or on the edge?

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