One of the Tennessee Vols’ top 2020 recruiting targets re-opened his recruitment on Thursday evening.
2020 four-star wide receiver Kris Abrams-Draine, 6-foot/167 lbs from Spanish Fort, AL, tweeted his decommitment from LSU on Thursday.
— Kris Abrams-Draine😈 (@KD1ERA) April 5, 2019
Abrams-Draine committed to LSU in March, 2018. Since committing to the Tigers, the Alabama native has visited Tennessee twice, including a visit last month.
In late January, Abrams-Draine released his top ten schools, which included UT.
Abrams-Draine is rated in 247Sports’ composite rankings as the No. 12 wide receiver in the state of Alabama and the No. 45 wide receiver in the nation.
The Vols actually appear to be a in a good position to land Abrams-Draine. Last month, the dynamic wide receiver told 247Sports that he really likes UT wide receivers coach Tee Martin, adding “I’m anxious to see what their offense does now with coach Tee there. It was a nice visit and I want to get back for a big game.”
Abrams-Draine, who will be in Knoxville for the Vols’ spring game on April 13, also told 247Sports that Tennessee and Arkansas are the two programs “pushing” for his commitment.
The Vols currently have four players committed to their 2020 recruiting class. With Antonio Barber’s recent decommitment, UT doesn’t have any 2020 wide receivers committed.
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