One of the Tennessee Vols’ recent commits could be getting a ratings bump in the not-so-distant future.

Rivals recruiting director Mike Farrell mentioned this past week that there are several players whose ratings he’ll be reviewing.

One of those players is 2021 four-star Vols QB commit Kaidon Salter.

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Salter is rated in 247Sports’ rankings as the No. 4 dual-threat quarterback in the nation. But in Rivals’ rankings, he’s rated as the No. 12 dual-threat quarterback in the nation.

As a result, Salter is the No. 10 dual-threat quarterback in the nation in 247Sports’ composite rankings.

Salter is currently the Vols’ second-lowest rated four-star commit, just ahead of Kamar Wilcoxson.

If Salter receives a ratings bump from Rivals, he’d likely leapfrog a couple of UT commits. And it would obviously help Tennessee’s points total (UT currently has the No. 3 class in the nation, the Vols fell behind Clemson by 3 points in the 247Sports team rankings).

Of course, there’s also the possibility that Farrell knocks Salter down a few spots in his rankings.

But I think that’s unlikely, considering where Salter is rated in 247Sports’ rankings.

Plus, Farrell’s comments about Salter seem to indicate that Rivals believes they have him rated too low.

From Rivals:

Salter seems to be a player on the rise. It certainly feels like his stock is only going to go up from here.

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