Shortly after signing with the Tennessee Vols in December, four-star offensive lineman Cooper Mays tweeted that UT “wasn’t done yet”.

The tweet was kind of vague, since the Vols didn’t make any unexpected big splashes during the early signing period.

It seemed even more vague after five-star tight end Darnell Washington announced on January 2 that he had signed with the Georgia Bulldogs.

Well, after Wednesday’s events, the vague tweet make sense.

Cooper Mays was apparently tweeting in reference to his brother Cade, who is transferring to Tennessee.

Mays’ tweet, by the way, wasn’t the only vague tweet in mid-December.

Four-star quarterback Harrison Bailey, who is generally regarded as the star of Tennessee’s 2020 recruiting class, tweeted something similar around the same time.

I don’t know if Bailey’s tweet was also in reference to Cade Mays, but it certainly seems like it might have been.

The Vols are clearly building something special on Rocky Top. And everyone — evena key player from Georgia — wants to be part of it.

Jeremy Pruitt must be doing something right.

NEXT: Cade Mays might have a legitimate NCAA waiver claim

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