Okay, okay, so Jeremy Pruitt’s not exactly lighting in state recruiting on fire for the Vols, but at least he’s done a great job making up for that by bringing in some of Georgia’s top talen… er, what’s that, you say?
Tennessee is still waiting on the arrival of linebacker JJ Peterson, but coach Jeremy Pruitt continues to expect the four-star signee to enroll and be on the roster this season.
“He’s finishing up a class, and when he gets the class finished up, he’ll be here,” Pruitt said after Saturday’s scrimmage. “Would we have liked it to been last week? Absolutely. But that’s part of it. You’ve got to do it, and he’s working hard to do that.”
UT’s fall semester begins Wednesday.
Peterson became the top piece of Pruitt’s first signing class when he chose the Vols over Alabama, signing on national signing day on Feb. 7.
Good ol’ Rocky Top.