Prime Time's boy offered by Tennessee for 2021.
Tennessee has sent out a new 2021 quarterback offer following a camp performance this weekend in Knoxville. Shedeur Sanders impressed the Tennessee coaching staff enough over the last couple of days to earn his offer to play for the Vols.
Sanders is a three-star prospect and the son of former NFL star Deion Sanders. He tweeted out a video announcing his new offer, along with a few highlights from this weekend’s action on the football field. The video features him working from under center and getting direct coaching from Jeremy Pruitt.
Since I cut the cord, I will hopefully be watching this streaming on the CBS Sports HQ App.. I loaded the Roku app this morning and it looks like it will be fine
When is the 2019 NBA Draft?
Date: Thursday, June 20
Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Free stream: Watch CBS Sports HQ for live coverage of the NBA Draft with pick-by-pick analysis, on-site reporting and draftee interviews
Location: Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York
Official broadcast: ESPN
Follow: Draft Tracker
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Peyton Manning, the former quarterback with a record five NFL MVPs among the string of awards and honors to his credit, calls his decision to attend the University of Tennessee one of the best he has ever made.
That makes being inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday night along with a handful of fellow Volunteers and David Cutcliffe, his former quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, even more memorable.
"It's very special," Manning said. "I was proud to have played at the University of Tennessee for four years, and you go into the NFL, you kind of carry your alma mater with you and have wonderful support from friends, teammates, coaches throughout my career. ... So to be honored and have a chance to reflect on my time in college and all the relationships and memories, it's been very special."
State of Tenn. honors Peyton, Cutcliffe, Lawson
Peyton Manning, David Cutcliffe and Kara Lawson were among a slate of accomplished individuals inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday night.
On the same day his teammate announced his commitment to Tennessee, Antonio Johnson also decided to go ahead and commit to the Vols as well.
Four-star safety Antonio Johnson of East St. Louis, Illinois attended UT’s camp on Friday with his teammate, offensive lineman Javontez Spraggins. At the camp, Spraggins picked up an offer from the Vols and decided to commit then and there. Johnson picked up an offer from Tennessee back in late February, and he joined his teammate in announcing his commitment to UT’s 2020 class.
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Dynamic Four-Star Safety Commits to Vols | Rocky Top Insider
On the same day his teammate committed to the Vols, four-star East St. Louis High School safety Antonio Johnson also committed to UT.