Tennessee Football is bleeding talent amidst the turmoil
The fallout in Knoxville continues as the University of Tennessee football program remains in shambles. After reports surfaced of recruiting violations, then the dismissal of head coach Jeremy Pruitt after just two season, the Volunteers are left with far more questions than answers. Now, they lose another massive contributor in the form of linebacker Henry To’o To’o.
To’o To’o has entered the transfer portal, just shortly after another five star in offensive guard Wanya Morris did. Morris has since landed with Lincoln Riley the Oklahoma Sooners, and should be one of the top interior offensive linemen in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Where will To’o To’o land? That has yet to be seen. In fact, To’o To’o could wind up back in Rockeytop. However, among the current turmoil, this seems highly unlikely.
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What does this mean draft stock of Henry To’o To’o?
Landing spot will be huge for To’o To’o, already one of the top underclassmen linebackers going into next season. Should he put together another dynamic season wherever he lands, he could solidify himself as the top linebacker off the board by the time April of 2022 rolls around.
Before committing to Tennessee during his initial recruitment, To’o To’o had offers from the likes of Florida, Texas A&M, and Alabama in the SEC. If he wants to stay in the SEC, these are logical landing spots.
From the west coast, however, To’o To’o had offers from schools like Oregon State, Oregon, Washington State, Washington, and Colorado. If he is looking to return home, these would be the landing spots to keep in mind.