The other official visitor the Vols hosted over the weekend, four-star defensive end/linebacker Reggie Grimes of Ravenwood High School in Brentwood, Tenn., was back at Tennessee for the first time in almost nine months. Sources said the visit went well for the Vols and helped them become perhaps a bit more of a factor with him going into the final weeks leading up to his decision. All signs recently have pointed to South Carolina being the team to beat for Grimes, though, and sources said Tennessee still might have more work to do if it wants to beat out the Gamecocks for him. Grimes plans to take an official visit to Florida State, and a trip to Oklahoma also is a strong possibility, while Alabama and Vanderbilt also remain on his radar. The Vols have stayed in the picture with Grimes, whose father, Reggie Grimes Sr., is a former Alabama defensive lineman who was one of Pruitt’s Crimson Tide teammates. But South Carolina recently has been viewed as the favorite to land the younger Grimes, and that still might be the case coming off his visit to Tennessee.
So is TRob but SC’s bad season is fixing to get worse. Already rumors of more decommits and like @SLICKYINC mentioned, it’s year 4 and most of the fans there want him fired. Most of their commits will be fair game come December. I think if UT pushes here even if he commits there for a moment, think he would stay instate.