On Friday, Rivals launched their up to date state rankings among the many 2023 class which resulted in loads of headlines among the many expertise throughout the Volunteer State. We check out each under.
Herring takes over the No. 1 spot:
Rivals250 linebacker Caleb Herring is your new No. 1 prospect within the state of Tennessee, leapfrogging Alabama tight finish pledge Ty Lockwood, who held onto the highest spot for fairly some time. At 6-foot-5, 210-pounds, Herring has been spectacular in protection all through the spring and summer time throughout 7-on-7 motion and has the body so as to add good weight as soon as he will get to Knoxville and be a drive at exterior linebacker.
Minchey transferring up:
Fairly frankly, Minchey is not talked about sufficient as being the most effective quarterbacks within the Volunteer State. The Pitt commit earned an invitation to the Elite 11 Finals in California and put in a powerful efficiency throughout his time on the West Coast. Analysts and different packages at the moment are taking discover, as Notre Dame not too long ago provided the three-star prospect as properly. Minchey jumped a powerful 20 spots within the newest state rankings and checking in at No. 9.
QB expertise is stacked:
Staying with the quarterback theme, the crop of 2023 signal-callers inside Tennessee is spectacular while you break it down. Brock Glenn (Ohio State, No. 3), Kenny Minchey (Pitt, No. 9), Chris Parson (Mississippi State, No. 16), and Marcel Reed (Ole Miss, No. 18) places the state with 4 quarterbacks dedicated to energy 5 packages. Additionally included among the many Prime 45 prospects is Liberty commit Hank Brown (No. 31) and Georgia State pledge Braylan Ragland (No. 32) giving the state of Tennessee and general spectacular group of quarterbacks to observe this upcoming season.
Prime prospect listing enlargement:
The earlier high prospect listing within the state of Tennessee consisted of 35 prospects, nevertheless, the up to date listing now contains 45 and deservedly so contemplating the depth of expertise throughout the state borders. Among the many notables making their debuts embody London Humphreys (Vanderbilt, No. 28), Noah Vaughn (Virginia, No. 29), Maureice Sherrill (Vanderbilt, No. 30), George Steih (Wake Forest, No. 36), Caleb Dorris (Duke, No. 37), and Anthony Boggs (Duke, No. 40).