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Tennessee Football: Caleb Cunningham includes Vols in top schools

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Tennessee football made the cut for one of its top targets. Five-star wide receiver Caleb Cunningham included the Vols among his top schools.

Cunningham’s top 12 schools consisted of Mississippi State, Ole Miss, LSU, Auburn, Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Florida along with the Vols.

Cunningham has been a top target for Tennessee in the 2025 cycle. He ranks as the No. 11 prospect in the class by 247Sports and the No. 2 wide receiver in the class. Cunningham is out of Choctaw County High School in Ackerman, Mississippi.

“The Tennessee atmosphere is absolutely crazy,” Cunningham told On3. “They have a good coaching staff and they call me about every day. I would love to play with their quarterback commit George MacIntyre. I love their offensive scheme as well.”

The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Cunningham holds offers from at least 26 schools. Tennessee joined the race for Cunningham last January. He took his first visit to Knoxville that April for a look at Tennessee’s spring practice. He was also in Knoxville on Nov. 18 to watch the Vols face off with Georgia.

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Both crystal ball projections for Cunningham in 247Sports point him to land at Mississippi State. They were both made in December, shortly after the coaching change in Starkville.

Cunningham’s most recent visit was to Oklahoma over the weekend.

For the Vols, five-star quarterback commitment George MacIntyre is an obvious recruiting pitch for Cunningham to come to Tennessee. Both are in the class of 2025, and they have gotten to know one another on the trail. The signal-caller was a huge pickup for Tennessee and he will likely work to get Cunningham to Knoxville as well.

MacIntyre has been public with his peer recruitment of Cunningham. He posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, tagging Cunningham and encouraging the receiver to choose Tennessee.

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