Most folks already know that 2020 Tennessee Vols commit Harrison Bailey, a four-star pro-style quarterback from Marietta, GA, has a big arm.

But a big arm doesn’t do much good if accuracy is absent.

Fortunately for Bailey and the Vols, accuracy won’t be an issue.

The UT commit showed off his pinpoint accuracy at the Adidas 7-on-7 National Championship this past weekend, delivering a pass, on his second read, through a narrow window that was open for a split second.

I know it’s just a 7-on-7 setting, but that’s still impressive poise and maturity from the rising high school senior.

Bailey, who is rated by 247Sports as the No. 9 player in the state of Georgia and the No. 5 pro-style quarterback in the nation, has a chance to be a special player in Knoxville.

At 6-foot-4/220 lbs, Bailey already possesses the ideal size to be a pro-style quarterback in the SEC. And he absolutely has the arm talent to succeed. As long as Bailey keeps working hard every day to improve, he’ll make a big impact on Rocky Top.

Through Bailey’s first three high school seasons, he’s tossed for 7,445 yards. That includes 70 touchdown passes against only 18 interceptions.

That’s a nice touchdown to interception ratio at any level of competitive football. But it’s especially impressive coming in the ultra-completive Atlanta area.

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