Florida offensive tackle Tyree St. Louis is a bit of a long shot for Tennessee, but the Vols would love to sign him and Drew Richmond to close the class.
This last spot in UT's class can go to a number of positions, and there are several prospects out there UT simply can't turn down.
Five-star defensive tackle Shy Tuttle, JUCO cornerback Justin Martin, speed-rusher D'Andre Walker and cornerback Micah Abernathy are all top prospects with the Vols high on their lists.
If any of those players wanted to commit, even if the Vols were out of spots, they'd likely have to make some unpopular decisions and cut ties with commits.
Other players such as 5-star quarterback Torrance Gibson, ends Rasool Clemons and Emmanuel Olenga as well as defensive tackle Quentez Johnson really like Tennessee, too.
But the Vols desperately need another offensive tackle, so the final spot on this list goes to Florida lineman Tyree St. Louis.
The Vols were once believed to be among St. Louis' favorites, though they haven't been mentioned much lately. All of the Crystal Ball picks currently point toward the home-state Gators as the favorites to land him.
GatorBait.net's Luke Stampini (subscription required) said in June, "It appears that if Florida wants to push for St. Louis, they could eventually land his pledge." So, Tennessee is fighting that battle.
UT would be happy with in-state lineman Alex Givens and have recently started recruiting other targets such as Chance Hall, Josh Wariboko and Sage Hardin heavily. Wariboko is committed to Oklahoma, and Hardin recently committed to Georgia, according to Dawgs247's Rusty Mansell (subscription required).
But St. Louis has a ton of potential, so he gets the nod on this list.
Regardless, Jones continuing to recruit tackles is a clear indication that UT wants to take another couple of linemen in this class.
Given the circumstances, numbers are going to be extremely tight. It wouldn't be surprising to see the Vols' commitment list change considerably between now and national signing day.
There are too many big needs and too many good players who are strongly considering Tennessee for there not to be movement. Then, there's always the possibility that some prospects will be turned off (or extremely interested) based off the results of the season.
But that's recruiting, and that's why it's exciting.
Buckle up because it's going to be an interesting few months.
All recruiting rankings and statistics courtesy of 247Sports Composite.
Brad Shepard covers SEC football and is the Tennessee Lead Writer for Bleacher Report. All quotes were obtained firsthand, unless otherwise noted. Follow Brad on Twitter here: