The Tennessee coaching staff is still touring the country in search of younger prospects to start recruiting and to follow up on the 2025 talent they have been scouting. Coach Brian Jean-Mary of the Tennessee linebackers visited Rome High School to see how linebacker Jaedon Harmon, a longtime target, was doing. In terms of prospects in the 2025 class, Harmon is ranked No. 150 by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.
On June 11, 2023, the Vols made him an offer; they were the eleventh team to do so. With 29 offers on his offer sheet, Harmon is currently being pursued by a number of big programs. A few days ago, Brett Venables, the head coach of Oklahoma, paid him a visit. Harmon has spent months developing a relationship with the people of Tennessee and has made multiple trips there.
Despite their strong performance in the 2024 signing class, Tennessee does not currently have a linebacker committed for the 2025 class. As they start to concentrate all of their efforts on 2025, Harmon will be a crucial name for both this coaching staff and Tennessee supporters going forward.
TENNESSEE’S 2025 RECRUITING CLASS
QB George MacIntyre,
RB Justin Baker,
TE Jack VanDorselaer,
CB Shamar Arnoux,
CB Dylan Lewis,
CB Tyler Redmond,
Tim Banks Visits Onis Konanbanny
Tennessee Volunteers were recently listed by Heathwood Hall Episcopal School corner Onis Konanbanny as one of his top twelve schools. The Vols are trying hard, as evidenced by the fact that they sent an assistant coach to visit him prior to the start of the dead period. Tim Banks, the defensive coordinator for Tennessee, paid him a visit on Thursday. Konanbanny is the most recent of Banks’ priority targets that he has encountered while recruiting.
French by birth, Konanbanny resided in London before relocating to the US to pursue his football career. His list of potential employers has now shrunk to just ten universities: USC, Florida State, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
Konanbanny visited Knoxville, Tennessee, for the first time in March of last year, and he went back there right away for a game visit in the fall. He was in town for the Georgia game on November 18 and intends to visit a few more times before making a decision. As of right now, Konanbanny is rated No. 253 in the 2025 class by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.