KNOXVILLE, Tennessee — Riley Ferguson‘s departure has highlighted Tennessee’s need for another quarterback in the Class of 2015.
There are few bigger targets than dual-threat quarterback Torrance Gibson. Auburn and Tennessee are leading the seven-team race for his signature. Helpfully, Gibson has been tweeting and blogging about the recruiting process.
Torrance Gibson (@quick_tg6) says Auburn is his new leader after his visit this weekend. #WarEagle pic.twitter.com/RCH8wdEPHq
— American Heritage (@AH__Athletics) June 1, 2014
.@quick_tg6 says Auburn is his leader right now, but #Auburn and #Tennessee are still locked at the top of his list as 1a and 1b. — American Heritage (@AH__Athletics) June 1, 2014
My first official blog!! Check it out http://t.co/bbv9kkR4lA
— Torrance Gibson (@quick_tg6) June 2, 2014
247Sports recruiting analyst Ryan Callahan chatted about Gibson’s visit to Auburn in today’s installment of GVX Audio. Gibson could visit Tennessee as soon as this weekend, but Callahan said the race should continue for some time.
The Vols already have Jauan Jennings in the fold. He’s a four-star athlete from Murfreesboro who is being recruited by most schools as a quarterback. Many think he could also be an elite college safety.