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Tennessee Football adds two transfers; George McIntyre live commitment; Deion Sanders

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Recruiting takes over the show for Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, Jan. 22 podcast. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss Tennessee Football picking up two transfers, the live commitment of a five-star quarterback, commits in the Polynesian Bowl and comments by Deion Sanders on recruiting. The basketball Vols also generate coverage.

OL Lance Heard commits to Tennessee Football

LSU Tigers transfer offensive lineman Lance Heard committed to Tennessee Football over the weekend. Heard is likely to immediately fill one of the spots at tackle, presumably left tackle, with John Campbell Jr. likely lining up on the other side. Cooper Mays is also back, and Javontez Spraggins will likely return.

DL Jaxson Moi commits to Tennessee Football

Stanford Cardinal transfer defensive lineman Jaxson Moi committed to Tennessee Football on Sunday along with Heard. Moi played two years in the Pac-12 North and chose UT over the Washington Huskies. At 6’2″ 303 pounds, he had 15 tackles this last year and is likely to bring depth to the unit.

George MacIntyre commitment

Five-star quarterback George MacIntyre of the 2025 recruiting class out of Brentwood Academy in Williamson County, Tenn., just south of Nashville, is scheduled to make his commitment at 10:30 a.m. He was down to Tennessee Football and the Alabama Crimson Tide reportedly before Nick Saban retired.

UT commits dominate Polynesian Bowl

Five-star 2024 wide receiver Mike Matthews was named offensive MVP of the Polynesian Bowl, a year after Nico Iamaleava won it. Meanwhile, five-star edge rusher Jordan Ross stood out for his play in the game as well. Both are committed to Tennessee Football. What does this mean long-term?

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Deion Sanders on negative recruiting

Colorado Buffaloes head coach Deion Sanders lamented negative recruiting by coaches on the trail. Could this be due to the fact that Sanders has been a bigger victim of such tactics than most coaches? He said he doesn’t allow his coaches to negative recruit against other programs.

Basketball Vols beat Alabama

The red-hot play of Tennessee Basketball, particularly at home, continued Saturday as the Vols dominated the Alabama Crimson Tide 91-71. Just how good does this team look right now? Are they even better than the 2018-19 team that had Grant Williams? Is this Rick Barnes’ best team?

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