Breaking news: traveling back to Tennessee with a “important guest”

George MacIntyre, a five-star quarterback commitment from Brentwood (Tenn.


Academy, is scheduled to visit the Vols in Knoxville this weekend for two days.

During his visit, he will be get to witness their inaugural spring practice.

One of Tennessee’s main targets as wide receiver, an outstanding player, is expected to join him.

MacIntyre said to GoVols247 that he will be spending Sunday and Monday in Tennessee. Five-star Class of 2025 wide receiver Jaime Ffrench, a former Alabama commitment from Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, Florida, will also be present, he said on his X account on Thursday afternoon.

This week, I’m back in Knoxville,” MacIntyre wrote. “@jaimeffrenchjr, a special visitor, will also be present.”

This spring, the 6-foot-1, 185-pound Ffrench plans to make his first trip to Tennessee.

He revealed to Tom Loy of 247Sports last month that the Vols had him scheduled to play on April 8.

Ffrench recently returned from a trip to LSU. Following the tour, he informed Steve Wiltfong of 247Sports that he had “scheduled an official visit (to LSU) for the first weekend of May.”

Two projections for Ffrench on the 247Sports Crystal Ball have been given to Ohio State.

Since last week, both predictions have been made; Tom Loy of 247Sports made the most recent one on Wednesday.

Following the announcement of his decommitment from Alabama on January 14, following the retirement of former Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban, Ffrench has emerged as one of Tennessee’s top wide receiver targets.

Additionally, MacIntyre has devoted a lot of effort on Ffrench’s recruitment for the Vols. Ffrench, five-star offensive tackle David Sanders Jr.,

four-star offensive tackle Juan Gaston, and two of his Tennessee Select 7-on-7 teammates, wide receiver Radarious Jackson of Memphis, Tenn.,

and four-star athlete Cameron Sparks of Chattanooga, Tenn., were among the players MacIntyre specifically mentioned as players he had been prioritizing in late February.

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