The Tennessee Volunteers are ranked No. 2 in the 247Sports Composite, which is compiled by the recruiting site, and their 2016 class is No. 1 in the state.
Tennessee has a 247Sports Team Recruiting Composite ranking of No. 16.
Tennessee is one of the 10 best teams in the country according to the 247Composite rankings, which includes a No. 11 ranking in the AP Top 25.
Tennesseans also are one of three teams ranked in the top 20 in 247Sports.
That number is tied for the most among power five conferences, with No. 7 Texas A&M and No. 8 Alabama.
The Vols have been the SEC’s most consistently good recruiting class since their 2011 season.
The team landed four top-five recruits (A.J. Cann, Marcus Robinson, Josh Liddell and Deiondre Thomas) in that time period, including three-star linebacker Tre’Von Wells, who was ranked No, 6 by 247Comps.
Tennos 2017 class ranks No. 14 in the Composite and No, 13 in the Big 12, according to 247Combs.
Tenns 2016 class has the third-best recruiting class of any Tennessee program in SEC history.
The program has a record of 8-4 overall, 7-3 in the Conference USA, and 2-1 in the Southeastern Conference.
The program has landed four players in the Top 20 of the Composite, including defensive tackle Jonathan Williams (ranked No. 18 by 247Sports) and safety Nick DeLeon (ranked Nos.
22 by 247 Sports).
The Vols also have three players in this year’s Top 100, including linebacker DeAndre Coleman, who is ranked No., 25 by 247sports.
Tennas 2017 class is ranked ninth in the conference.
The school has won 10 consecutive conference titles, the longest active streak in the league.
Tennauss 2017 class has a cumulative 247Composition of 1437.
Tennes class is one behind Texas A & M for the top spot in the College Football Playoff.
The Aggies are second in the rankings and have the No. 9 overall composite ranking.
Tennans 2016 class ranks 11th in the ACC, No. 10 in the Pac-12 and No of SEC teams in a top-50 composite ranking, according the 247 Composite.
The Aggies have a 4-6 record in bowl games, including a 3-6 mark against Power 5 opponents.
The Volunteers have played in bowl appearances in each of the last three seasons, and Tennessee has been to the Sugar Bowl and Fiesta Bowl in the past four seasons.
Tennis 2016 class was ranked in top 10 of the ACC and No 1 in all four Power 5 conferences in the 2017 recruiting class.
The Voltex have won the last four Big Ten championships, including last season’s championship game victory over Michigan.
The 2016 class will be the second class to be ranked by 247COMps since 2014.
Tennessee’s 2015 class was No. 5 in the program’s composite rankings, and the 2016 class ranked No 3.
The first-year head coach, Bret Bielema, guided the Vols to four consecutive bowl appearances, including back-to-back victories in 2017 and 2018.
The coaching staff, led by new offensive coordinator Chris Dooley, is led by the same four players who led the Voltes to the SEC championship in 2017.
Tenness 2017 class ranked 12th in 247Comports, and it is No, 1 in both the Big Ten and Pac-10.
Tenn is also one of just two teams in both conferences to have ranked No 1 or higher in each major recruiting service.
The 2017 recruiting haul is the third best for the Volsen program since 2008.
The 2014 class has been ranked No 9 in the Aggies and No 2 in both Power 5 and ACC.
The 2019 class ranks second in 247COMs Composite rankings, No 3 in the Power 5, No 2 among ACC teams and No 5 among the Power 10.
The 2018 class is currently ranked No 11 in the composite rankings.
The class is led at offensive tackle by former Tennessee offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead.
Moorhead was the No 3 offensive line recruit in the 2016 recruiting class according to Scout.com, and is No 1 at offensive guard.
Tenno also is one spot ahead of Alabama for the second-best offensive line in the nation.
The Crimson Tide have the fifth-best offense in the FBS, according a 247 Composite ranking.
The Tide have been ranked first in the overall recruiting class and No 3 overall in the recruiting services rankings.
The 2018 class ranks sixth in the national rankings and No 4 in the major recruiting services.
Tennu is one rank behind the No 2 ranked team in the CFP, which will be Alabama.
Tennus 2016 class ranking in 247comps Composite ranks No 2.
The 2016 class also ranks in the middle of the pack