Wanya Morris commits to Tennessee Vols, giving UT a top-50 player for offensive line

Mike Wilson

Tennessee football got its biggest commitment of Jeremy Pruitt's tenure on Tuesday.

2019 offensive tackle Wanya Morris on his junior day visit to FSU in February, 2017.

2019 Grayson (Ga.) offensive tackle Wanya Morris announced his commitment to the Vols, bringing a Top 50 talent from an elite high school to Knoxville.

The 6-foot-5, 300-pound Morris also held offers from Alabama, LSU, Florida, Auburn, Georgia and many more. He picked UT over Auburn in his announcement Tuesday.

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Morris is rated the No. 46 player in the nation, according to the 247Sports Composite. He is the No. 7 offensive tackle and the eighth-ranked player from Georgia.

Tennessee now has five commitments in its 2019 class, the first full class in Pruitt's time as the Vols coach. 


Tennessee Vols 2019 football commitments

LeDarrius Cox, DT, McGill-Toolen, Ala.

Jackson Lampley, OG, Montgomery Bell Academy

Jackson Lowe, TE, Cartersville, Ga.

Darel Middleton, DT, East Mississippi CC

Wanya Morris, OT, Grayson, Ga.