Tennessee football: 5 things that went right for the Vols on National Signing Day

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KNOXVILLE, TN – SEPTEMBER 30: General view as fans tailgate before the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium on September 30, 2017, in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

No.5 – Anthony Harris stays put

On June 8, 2018, four-star prospect from Havelock, NC, Anthony Harris committed to the Tennessee football team.

For Havelock High School, Harris played both quarterback and safety where he excelled at both positions. The USA Today selected the highly talented recruit as an All-USA North Carolina first-teamer.

247Sports Composite rankings list Harris as the 233rd national ranked prospect, 20th safety overall, and the 8th ranked player in North Carolina. As always rankings are subject to change, but he’s a solid four-star that would be a great addition for the 2019 class.

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Harris hasn’t signed with the Vols yet due to academic issues he needs to clean up before summer camp. Best case scenario, the academic issues will clear up and Harris will be a Volunteer before we know it.

I don’t want to turn good news into bad news. However, 247Sports has two crystal ball predictions for Harris, but only one can be seen. Demetric Warren from OMSpirit.com gave his crystal ball to North Carolina. However, that was back in 2017.

So, it remains good news that Harris didn’t flip to North Carolina and for now, he is still a Vol.