The Tennessee Vols are among the top schools for a 2020 four-star defensive tackle from Dallas, TX.
Wright recently tweeted his top 11 schools and the Vols made the cut.
#AGTG I would not be here without him… Thankful for every opportunity and position he has put me in… Time for me to focus on my future… I will be focusing on these 11 universities for now. Top 11🙌@DallasCCHS @DWCAthletics@truebuzzgroup @BigBuzzFootball @Coach_JoeyMoss pic.twitter.com/q0frMtGC1k
— Branard Wright (@branardwright45) March 18, 2019
The Texas native, 6-foot-3/300 lbs, is rated in 247Sports’ composite rankings as the No. 23 player in the state of Texas and the No. 17 defensive tackle in the nation.
Wright, who recently took visits to LSU, Texas and Texas A&M, was offered by Tennessee last April.
The highly rated defensive tackle, however, hasn’t visited Knoxville since receiving an offer from the Vols. But that could change this fall.
For now, all eight of the 247Sports crystal ball predictions that have been cast for Wright have LSU landing the talented four-star recruit.
But one visit could change everything. If the Volunteers are serious about landing Wright, they’ll need to get him on campus for a visit at some point this summer/fall.
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