KNOXVILLE — Tennessee picked up its 17th football commitment for the 2020 recruiting class Tuesday afternoon from offensive lineman Kyree Miller of West Mesquite, Texas.
The 6-foot-4, 370-pound three-star prospect (according to 247Sports.com) chose the Volunteers over offers from Football Bowl Subdivision members Liberty, North Texas and Texas-El Paso as well as Football Championship Subdivision schools Alcorn State, Houston Baptist, Lamar, Prairie View A&M and Texas Southern.
The Vols have the 21st-ranked recruiting class in the country and the ninth-best in the Southeastern Conference after Miller's nonbinding pledge. He becomes the fourth offensive lineman, joining four-star Cooper Mays and three-stars Javontez Spraggins and James Robinson.
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