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The Tennessee Volunteers already have the No. 11 recruiting class in 2025 but hope the month of July could bring several more.

June was a productive month for the Tennessee Volunteers on the recruiting front. They landed six commits for the 2025 cycle, rounding out the current No. 11 class in America. Head coach Josh Heupel has done another strong job of hand-picking prospects from the state of Tennessee and then identifying top talents in a litany of other states

They currently have 16 commits in the class, meaning they still have plenty of work to do. Even with recent recruiting sanctions, Tennessee has never signed less than 21 prospects under Heupel. The Vols are eagerly awaiting several prospects’ decisions, and we take highlight a few pending ones here.

David Sanders Jr., OT

Providence Day School offensive tackle David Sanders Jr. is the top uncommitted prospect in America. Every program in the country has been involved in his recruitment at one point or another, but this battle seems like it’ll come down to Ohio State vs. Tennessee. Sanders doesn’t have a commitment date on the calendar, but he has reiterated throughout the process that he hopes to decide before his senior season. He’s been a consummate professional throughout the recruiting process, so when it’s time for him to come off the board, you’d have to imagine things materializing quickly.