2020 three-star wide receiver Kobe Stewart is planning to commit this summer and the Tennessee Vols are one of his top seven teams.
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UT should be in pretty good shape to land the lengthy wide receiver.
Stewart, 6-foot-3/180 lbs from Marietta, GA, recently told Rivals that he talks with Vols wide receivers coach Tee Martin “every day”. He also mentioned that Tennessee is the school recruiting him the hardest.
The Georgia native, who also told Rivals that Arizona State and Tennessee are the two schools standing above the rest, is rated in 247Sports’ composite rankings as the No. 96 player in the state of Georgia and the No. 168 wide receiver in the nation.
According to 247Sports, Stewart runs the 40 yard dash in 4.54 seconds, which is decent speed for a tall wide receiver (not quite elite, but not bad). UT head coach Jeremy Pruitt has proved to be quite adept at identifying under-the-radar talent, which is why Tennessee fans shouldn’t be deterred by Stewart’s three-star rating.
The Vols currently have six players committed to their 2020 recruiting class, which is ranked No. 31 in the nation.
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