Recruits Tennessee Volunteers Must Land to Complete 2015 Class

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Recruits Tennessee Volunteers Must Land to Complete 2015 Class
Wade Payne/Associated Press
Tennessee coach Butch Jones is enjoying another banner year in recruiting. Who do he and the Vols need to get to commit to close the class?

With Tennessee coach Butch Jones' orange-hot three weeks on the recruiting trail, the Volunteers don't have many open spots remaining in their 2015 class.

Quarterback Quinten Dormady's June 9 pledge started a surge that led to seven total commits in the month. UT's "Orange Carpet Day" event kept the Vols hot, and they now have 18 commitments and rank seventh nationally, according to the 247Sports Composite.

UT secured a star running back prospect in Alvin Kamara, landed a couple of key defenders in Austin Smith and Quay Picou and lured in-state tight end commit Kyle Oliver at Orange Carpet Day festivities.

Local athlete Jocquez Bruce and Florida punter Tommy Townsend also committed to the Vols in June.

If UT signs a complete class of 25 players, that means seven spots remain.

Considering there is always attrition—come on, this is SEC recruiting!—and Jones is known for creativity with numbers (he signed 32 players last year), there could be another spot available.

So, here are eight players the Vols need to get to commit to close out the recruiting class.

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