'21 NC PG Cam Hayes

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As we’ve noted before the Vols are also already set to welcome two standout members of the 2021 class for official visits this fall. Cam Hayes, currently ranked No. 16 in that class, is slated to be in town on Sept. 13. Currently rivals.com has assigned only 14 five-stars in the 2021 class, but assuming his ranking holds Hayes will be a five star prospect.
Then the No. 4 ranked player in 2021, Paolo Banchero from Seattle will be in town on Oct. 25. This has all been covered, but my reason for bringing it up is simply to point out that counting their two commitments, Tennessee is about to have five 5-star prospects on campus as official visitors over the corse of the next eight weeks. That is stout.
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From Rivals. Looks like we may still have a shot.

The talk of a move into the 2020 class has remained steady in recent months for
Cam Hayes He has now scheduled four official visits for the next four weekends which has not diminished the buzz surrounding a potential reclassification. Hayes has not finalized his school list but there is a select group of programs that have prioritized him greater than all of the others. NC State is one of those that has which is why he will be taking an official visit to the ACC program this weekend. The Wolfpack is one of the few to beat and could be pushing for his commitment and a potential reclassification this weekend.
He has been adamant about taking all of his official visits before deciding which works in favor for Tennessee who will host Hayes on September 14. The Vols have worked wonders with Tar Heel State natives under Rick Barnes’watch and are hoping that the top-30 guard is the next in line. Louisville is involved with a slew of talented guard prospects and will bring Hayes to their campus on the weekend of September 21. Maryland completes the month by hosting him the following weekend. Each program has picked up ground with Hayes in recent weeks. By the time October arrives, Hayes will have taken four of his five allotted official visits. He is expected to take one more before the fall completes as North Carolina is one program that has continued to remain in close contact with him. If a commitment is made this fall, the next step would be in deciding upon a reclassification that would place Hayes onto a college campus next fall.
 
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Pretty clear through connecting the dots, that Springer is in the fold. These were the only two PG's we were heavily involved with for 2020, heading into the November signing period.
 
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Pretty clear through connecting the dots, that Springer is in the fold. These were the only two PG's we were heavily involved with for 2020, heading into the November signing period.
Are we sure its Springer he's referring to? I thought Springer was a shooting guard at 6'4?
 
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Are we sure its Springer he's referring to? I thought Springer was a shooting guard at 6'4?
He is definitely a combo guard and plays a lot of PG. Has a lot of PG abilities and would be a mismatch for a lot of guys, especially defensively (he is a ++defender) with his length and size over smaller PGs.

We would be just fine with him running point, and Keon at the 2/3 similar to Bowden.
 
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He is definitely a combo guard and plays a lot of PG. Has a lot of PG abilities and would be a mismatch for a lot of guys, especially defensively (he is a ++defender) with his length and size over smaller PGs.

We would be just fine with him running point, and Keon at the 2/3 similar to Bowden.
Also have James/Bailey capable of running the point
 

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