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Eleven Tennessee prospects featured in 2025 Rivals250

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The latest Rivals250 update for the 2025 recruiting class now features 11 talented prospects from the state of Tennessee that includes three within the Top100.

Rivals.com analyst Sean Williams takes a snapshot of each prospect featured below.

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– Grant showed out at the Rivals Camp Series in Cincinnati back in April, taking home defensive back MVP honors and proving he’s one of the top prospects in the nation. He recently dropped a Top 10 that features Purdue, Michigan, Michigan State, Arkansas, Miami, LSU, Louisville, Tennessee, Nebraska, and Virginia Tech.

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– MacIntyre is one of the most sought-after quarterbacks in the 2025 class. Alabama and LSU are making a big push for the 6-foot-5, 180-pound prospect who already boasts 35 offers.

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– Sparks is one of the most dynamic athletes in the 2025 class that can either play wide receiver or linebacker in college. Georgia has positioned themselves well with the Chattanooga native who will have his pick of national powers to choose from.

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– Like Sparks, Morgan is another top-level athlete to watch in the Volunteer State. The 6-foot, 175-pound prospect is a hard-hitting safety on defense and equally explosive as a wide receiver on offense. Alabama, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, and Tennessee are already involved.

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– Gooden established himself early as one of the best interior offensive lineman in the country. Clemson and LSU are the latest additions to his laundry list of offers.

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– Utley turned heads at the Rivals Camp Series stop in Indianapolis back in 2022. Since then, he’s added 20-pounds to his frame and has caught the eyes of many college coaches. The 6-foot-3, 265-pound prospect recently dropped a Top 12 that included Michigan, Tennessee, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Miami, North Carolina, Penn State, Texas, Florida, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and Georgia.

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– Jimcoily is a gifted talent and at 6-foot-3, 190-pounds that has great range, speed, and will continue to grow and fill out his frame as an outside linebacker. Penn State, Colorado, LSU, Wisconsin, and Michigan State are the latest schools to extend offers.

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– Carter, Jr. has emerged as one of the premier safeties in the country, picking up summer offers from Clemson, Oklahoma, and Alabama. He also impressed at Georgia’s camp and the Bulldogs are making a strong push.

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– Owens isn’t your prototypical 6-foot-6 tight end, but he’s one of the most complete talents in the country at his position with his combination of blocking skills, route-running, and sure hands. The four-star returned to Tennessee, Alabama, and Michigan in June, all three programs have offered and are heavily involved in his recruitment.

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– Mosley makes his debut in the Rivals250, emerging as one of the best two-way players in Tennessee at wide receiver and defensive back. Purdue, Louisville, Vanderbilt, Auburn, and Tennessee are his notable offers so far.

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– Morrow offers tremendous change-of-direction and speed for days on offense where he lines up at either running back or slot receiver while also returning kicks. The four-star picked up new June offers from Alabama and Miami and is nearing 30 total on his resume.

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