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Tennessee recruiting: Vols line up another Saturday full of visitors

Every home game is turning into a prime recruiting opportunity for Tennessee. 

Several prospects have already announced their intentions to visit Knoxville, let’s look at who will be on Rocky Top this weekend. 

OL Chauncey Gooden

The in-state Tennessee-target announced via social media she would be visiting Tennessee this weekend. 

Gooden attends Lipscomb Academy in Nashville. Lipscomb Academy holds several Tennessee commitments, like 2024 prospect Kaleb Beasley and class of 2023 prospect Nate Spillman. 

The class of 2025 lineman was extended a scholarship offer from Tennessee in October of 2021. 

Gooden is a dominant force in the trenches, standing at 6-foot-4 and 320-pounds. 

CB Cristian Conyer 

The Tennessee commitment announced he would be back in Knoxville on Saturday.

Conyer is ranked as a three-star prospect in the class of 2023, and the No. 49 cornerback. 

Tennessee landed a commitment from the 6-1.5 and 170-pound in July. Conyer has made several visits this season, including watching Tennessee upset Alabama. 

ATH Caleb Williams 

Williams announced via social media he would be visiting Knoxville this weekend. 

He is ranked as a three-star prospect, and the No. 87 athlete in the class of 2024. Williams attends Canton High School in Canton, Michigan.  

Tennessee extended the 6-foot and 170-pound athlete a scholarship offer in March of 2021. 

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WR Keenan Jackson

Jackson announced via Twitter that he would be visiting Tennessee as they take on Kentucky. 

The wide receiver is ranked as a three-star, and the No. 55 receiver in the class of 2024. 

Jackson attends Cuthberston High School in Waxhaw, NC. 

TE Decker DeGraaf 

Degraaf announced on twitter he would be visiting Tennessee this weekend.

Degraaf is ranked as a four-star by 247Sports, he doesn’t currently have a 247Sports Composite ranking. 

The class of 2024 prospect attends Glendora High School in Glendora, CA. 

Oregon State recently hosted the 6-5 and 230-pound tight end on a visit. He holds several PAC-12 offers. 

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