Tennessee football commitment reopens recruitment

Blake Toppmeyer
Knoxville News Sentinel

Kyree Miller, a three-star offensive lineman who committed to Tennessee on Nov. 5, is back on the market.

"My recruitment is 100% open," Miller wrote in a tweet on Friday.

It is not an unexpected development after Miller did not sign with Tennessee during the December signing period. The 6-foot-4, 370-pound senior from West Mesquite High School in Texas is rated as the nation's No. 87 offensive guard in the 247Sports Composite.

Tennessee signed 21 players in December and added a pair of transfers this month, leaving just a couple of spots open for the February signing period.

The December signees included offensive linemen Cooper Mays, Javontez Spraggins and James Robinson. The Vols also added transfer Cade Mays from Georgia.

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