Tennessee seems to like the talent at IMG Academy.
The Vols extended scholarship offers to 20 prospects enrolled in the private school in Bradenton, Fla., on Friday. Tennessee offered 13 prospects in the 2017 class, six in the 2018 class and one from the Class of 2019, according to a tweet by IMG head coach Kevin Wright, who called the move “unprecedented”.
— Kevin Wright (@CoachWrightIMG) February 26, 2016
Linebacker/running back Dylan Moses and defensive end Josh Kaindoh are the the cream of the crop. Both are rated five-star prospects. However, it could be hard for the Vols to land either. Moses has more than 30 scholarship offers and shown strong interest in LSU. Kaindoh has 24 scholarship offers and is a primary target for Ohio State and Michigan, which plans to have a week of spring practice at the school.
The Vols offered a scholarship to 10 other 2017 prospects that have garnered a four-star ranking: receiver Emmanuel Greene, defensive tackle Cam Spence, safety Isaiah Pryor, cornerback Marcus Williamson, linebacker Will Ignont, offensive tackle Robert Hainsey, center Cesar Ruiz, linebacker Santino Marchiol, receiver Jhamon Ausbon and running back Jordan Anthony.