Tennessee football: Five bold predictions for Vols 2020 National Signing Day

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Despite most players signed, Tennessee football could still have a dramatic 2020 National Signing Day. Here are five predictions for the Volunteers.

The Early Signing Period has really taken a large portion of the drama out of National Signing Day. Tennessee football inked up most of its recruiting class with a great December, and Jeremy Pruitt is now trying to add to that class with a few nice, final touches.

With a five-star and two four-stars transferring, the Vols already have a spiked recruiting class that won’t show up in the rankings. Combining those things with their red-hot finish to end the season, and it’s been a pretty great run for Rocky Top.

So how will it end before they get set to prepare for the 2020 season? Well, there’s one big thing left to take care of, and it is this National Signing Day. Honestly, it may not actually bring the process to an end for Tennessee football either.

Pruitt could be working into the summer trying to update his personnel. Anyway, what’s clear is the fact that he is rebuilding the roster. So what does this mean for Wednesday? In this post, we’re going to try to break down what is likely to happen.

There are open prospects still looking to commit, UT is trying to flip a few, and fans are hoping their ranking rises. What we know for sure is that nobody currently in the class will flip, as they have already signed.

That doesn’t mean that a lot of things aren’t interesting with this process, though. The Vols could still have a big boost provided to their class, as they are targeting some high-profile guys, many of whom could make an immediate impact.

What will end up happening with all of that? Will Pruitt walk away happy or disappointed Wednesday? Let’s go ahead and break it all down here. These are our five National Signing Day predictions for Tennessee football’s 2020 recruiting class.

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