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Tennessee Football: Vols set to host visit weekend

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After the weather derailed the last junior day for Tennessee football, the Vols are set to host another big visit weekend ahead of the NCAA dead period.

Several top 2025 and 2026 prospects are expected in town this weekend. Here’s a look at who is expected to make the trip to Knoxville this weekend.

2025 ATH Cameron Sparks

Four-star athlete Cameron Sparks is expected to be on campus for the junior day. Out of Baylor School in Chattanooga, Sparks ranks as the No. 40 prospect overall and the No. 1 athlete in the class according to 247Sports Composite.

Georgia is another school in the running for Sparks. He likely projects on the offensive side of the ball for the Vols, but he is being recruited by several schools for different positions.

2025 DL Ethan Utley

Four-star defensive lineman Ethan Utley is expected to visit Knoxville over the weekend. Utley ranks as the No. 113 overall prospect by 247Sports Composite. He also ranks as the No. 11 defensive lineman in the 2025 class.

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The Ensworth High School product is the No. 4 prospect in Tennessee. The 6-foot-4, 270-pound defensive lineman picked up 25 tackles, 10 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks.

2025 RB Marquise Davis

Out of Cleveland Heights High School in Ohio, Marquise Davis is expected to visit Tennessee this weekend. Davis ranks as the No. 167 prospect overall and the No. 13 running back. He is also the No. 7 prospect in Ohio.

The 6-foot, 190-pound running back holds at least 30 scholarship offers.

2025 WR Joakim Dodson

Another in-state prospect, 2025 receiver Joakim Dodson is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend. Dodson is ranked as the No. 545 prospect in the 2025 class and the No. 79 receiver in the class.

Dodson is out of Collierville High School in Memphis.

2026 QB Faizon Brandon

Class of 2026 quarterback Faizon Brandon is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend. The QB, out of Grimsley High School in North Carolina, ranks as the No. 74 prospect overall by 247Sports and the No. 6 quarterback.

The 6-foot-4, 175-pound quarterback threw for 3,026 yards while completing 191-of-277 passes with 36 touchdowns and three interceptions in his first year as a starter.

2026 TE Carson Sneed

Four-star tight end Carson Sneed out of Donelson Christian Academy in Nashville is expected to be in Knoxville this weekend. The 6-foot-6, 226-pound tight end ranks as the No. 64 prospect overall and the No. 3 tight end in the 2026 class.

Steve Wiltfong of 247Sports projects that Sneed will commit to Tennessee. The weekend visit could prove crucial in Sneed’s recruitment.

2026 OT Brody Smith

Offensive tackle Brody Smith is expected to visit Tennessee for its junior day. The Bearden High School product is yet to be ranked by recruiting services.

His dad, 11-year NFL tight end Lee Smith, received his first offer from Tennessee when he was entering college.

Lee committed to Tennessee, the school his father and all-time great Vol Daryle Smith played, but an off-field issue forced him to Marshall.

2025 CB Dylan Lewis

Another Tennessee commitment out of Milton High School, Dylan Lewis is expected to be in Knoxville for the junior day. Lewis ranks as the No. 432 prospect in the class and the No. 48 cornerback.

Lewis seems firm in his commitment, a pledge he made in October.

2025 CB Tyler Redmond

Milton High School cornerback Tyler Redmond committed to Tennessee in November. Now he is expected in Knoxville for the junior day.

Redmond ranks as the No. 541 prospect overall and the No. 56 cornerback. He has frequented Tennessee often and seems firm in his recruitment.

2025 RB Justin Baker

Tennessee commitment Justin Baker is expected to be in Knoxville for the junior day this weekend. The Buford High School product committed in October.

He ranks as the No. 390 prospect nationally and the No. 37 running back by 247Sports Composite.

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