Top 5 In-State Recruits The Vols Need To Land

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Oct 14, 2013; Knoxville, TN, USA; Tennessee Volunteers head coach Butch Jones speaks with media during the announcement that the Tennessee Volunteers and Virginia Tech Hokies will play a football game on Sep. 10, 2016 at Bristol Motor Speedway. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

Jauan Jennings — 4-Star — Quarterback/ATH — Murfreesboro, TN (Blackman)

In case you didn’t notice, the Vols didn’t sign a quarterback in their 2014 recruiting class.

Which obviously means they will place a high priority on the position in 2015.

There are a lot of quality options for the Vols from around the nation, but their best in-state option is dual-threat quarterback Jauan Jennings.

Jennings is a 6’4″/185 lb athlete that just recently began playing quarterback. He’s received offers as a quarterback, but he could also end up paying safety at the next level.

Regardless of which position he ends up playing, Jennings is a in-state guy the Vols need to lock down.