Nov 10, 2012; Knoxville, TN, USA; A general view of the Tennessee Volunteers logo on the field prior to the game against the Missouri Tigers at Neyland Stadium. Missouri defeated Tennessee 51-48 in quadruple overtime. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

2014 Tennessee Volunteers Recruiting: Kyle Berger


The 2014 Tennessee Volunteers recruiting class has already made quite a name for itself.

So far the Vols have six commits for the 2014 class, but they could be adding more soon.

Kyle Berger, a four-star linebacker from Cleveland, OH (St. Ignatius) is another highly touted player considering the Volunteers. Berger came into Knoxville on Monday evening and is currently visiting Tennessee.

He’s already been receiving plenty of attention from Vol fans.


Berger is 6’3″/205 lbs and is rated by 247Sports as the 13th best player in the state of Ohio.

The talented outside linebacker already has an extremely impressive list of offers. The list includes offers from Arkansas, Michigan, Ohio State, Michigan State, Northwestern, Penn State and West Virginia among others.

Including his offer from Tennessee, the Ohio native has 16 offers.

Berger is being recruited to Tennessee by tight end coach Mark Elder. If he were to commit to Tennessee, he’d be the first linebacker in the 2014 class for head coach Butch Jones and staff.

Kyle Berger told on Monday evening that he’d like to announce his college decision by May.

Make sure to check back here for recruiting updates and check back later this week to see how Berger’s visit to Knoxville went.


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