The Vols have been recruiting four-star receiver Donnie Corley for some time. Despite playing in the heart of Big Ten country, Corley gave Tennessee a shot and has since been down to Knoxville to visit the campus a number of times.
The coveted receiver prospect has apparently enjoyed his time so well on Rocky Top, he suggested his defensive back teammate Lavert Hill make the trip after decommitting from Penn State. Also a four-star prospect, Hill made an official visit to the Tennessee campus last weekend.
Once Hill returned from the trip, Corley sent this message out:
Which was followed by this one from Hill:
With Corley's recruitment heating up, head coach Butch Jones and receivers coach Zach Azzanni recently made the trip up to Michigan to visit him. According to SEC Country, the visit went well.
"It went very good," Corley said. "I have a very strong relationship with them and they're from Michigan."
While their decision date is unknown, it appears the two teammates and U.S. Army All-Americans may be have made a mutual decision regarding their future. Could they both be headed to Rocky Top?
(h/t SEC Country)