Inevitably, there are going to be some players flipping from their current committed school to another one on national signing day. Hopefully, the Vols are the beneficiaries instead of the victims of this phenomenon.
Of the potential flippers, here are the ones Tennessee has the best chance of getting:
Malik Brown is committed to Syracuse but has said he'll be deciding between them, USF and Tennessee. He's from Florida and is a defensive lineman, a position in which the Vols could really begin building depth. Likelihood: 65%
EJ Levenberry is a linebacker currently committed to Florida State. If he were to flip, it would be to Tennessee, and I'd say there's a decent chance of that happening. He visited Tennessee last week, so the color orange might still be in his eyes. Likelihood: 50%
Josh Dobbs is yet another prospect that visited Tennessee recently. He is a quarterback from Georiga committed to Arizona State. Though "just" a 3-star, many have said Dobbs could be a program-changer in Butch Jones' offense. Likelihood: 45%
Trey Johnson, committed to Ohio State, is another linebacker prospect. He's from Georgia and committed to the Buckeyes a month ago. However, he visited Tennessee the last week of January, and you always like being the last visit. Likelihood: 35%
Tyler Boyd would be the fifth wide receiver to commit to the Volunteers if he were to flip from Pittsburgh. Also considering West Virginia, Boyd and Tennessee became interested in each other relatively late in the game. Tennessee needs good players no matter the position, but do the Vols need another wide receiver? Likelihood: 20%