Jeremy Pruitt and the Volunteers have landed another commitment from a talented prospect.
On Monday afternoon Kingston Harris became the latest member of Pruitt’s first recruiting class as the Tennessee head coach.
The defensive tackle from IMG Academy in Florida announced his decision on Twitter.
— Kingston Harris (@KingstonH71) December 18, 2017
Harris’ announcement follows his official visit to Knoxville this weekend.
According to 247Sports, Harris is a 3-star prospect and the No. 70 DT in the nation. He has solid size, standing 6 feet 4 inches and weighing 272 pounds, and Pruitt will likely want him to add a little more beef to play on the interior line.
Tennessee was the only SEC school to offer Harris, which the Vols did back in March, and his visit over the weekend clearly showed he was comfortable with the new coaching staff.
Harris becomes the Vols 12th commit in the 2018 class, which currently ranks 11th in the SEC and 39th in the nation.