Latest Update: Just IN Tennessee Volunteers Are IN Talk To Sign Top Sensational Star From NFL

Dillon Alfred is about to travel back to Knoxville to watch a Vols practice after seeing a few of the team’s home games during the previous season. The Saraland (Ala.) High School wide receiver, a four-star recruit in the class of 2025, announced on his X account on Sunday that he will be returning to Tennessee on Monday for the team’s first spring practice.

The 5-foot-11, 175-pound Alfred made a good impression at the Vols’ inaugural camp last year, leading to a scholarship offer from Tennessee over ten months ago, in late May. During the 2023 season, he traveled to Tennessee three more times. The most recent visit was for the Vols’ game versus Texas A&M on October 14.

He posted on his X account on Sunday, revealing that he will be visiting Knoxville this week. He tagged Tennessee coach Josh Heupel and wide receivers coach Kelsey Pope in the post.

“Vol Nation, it’s (been) a minute, but tomorrow I’ll be back at @Vol_Football! Alfred sent a pair of orange emojis along with the hashtag “#RockyTop.”

More than fifteen universities, including Missouri, Arkansas, Auburn, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Penn State, South Carolina, Texas A&M, and Vanderbilt, have extended offers to Alfred. He has planned an official visit to Missouri for the weekend of June 7, and on June 21 he will make an official visit to Arkansas.

According to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, he is classified as a four-star prospect. He is ranked as the No. 372 overall player, No. 51 wide receiver in the 2025 class, and the No. 17 junior from Alabama. He is rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, who ranks him as the No. 19 Alabama junior and the No. 47 wide receiver in the 2025 class.

According to the only prediction available on 247Sports Crystal Ball, Alfred, who went to Gautier (Miss.) High School before transferring to Saraland for his junior year, is expected to land in Missouri. Earlier this month, he informed Brandon Huffman of 247Sports that the Tigers were at the top of his list.

Alfred said to Huffman of Missouri, “They showed a lot of love to me and my family when I went up there for a visit.” “I have a great relationship with Coach Drink (Eli Drinkwitz), and we talk every day.” Observe Luther Burden making significant plays and observe their handling of him. They have no trouble taking shots that are directed down field.


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