Tennessee secures a Top 5 class on National Signing Day. Read here for more information and to hear from the Vols' signees.

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The Vols first signee of the day was Todd Kelly, Jr, son of former Vol Todd Kelly, Sr. The last two players to commit to UT on Wednesday were the younger brothers of VFL Eric Berry.

Butch Jones calls them legacy players.

In between them are sixteen other young men that Jones believes will help UT Rise to the Top, to get the program back where it's supposed to be.

Between early enrollees and Wednesday's signees, the Vols have added 32 players.

We expect to hear from Coach Jones later today on his successful class. Keep checking back for updates, video, and pictures. In the meantime, check out our Signing Day page, and head over to UT's official website for more.

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Butch Jones and the Tennessee Vols expect a Top 5 signing class on Wed., Feb. 5, National Signing Day.

Independence's Vic Wharton and Rashaan Gaulden were among the first to sign on the dotted line.

Defensive linemen Jashon Robertson (MBA) and Michael Sawyers (Ensworth) , both former Vanderbilt commitments, have faxed letters of intent to play for the Vols. Brentwood Academy defensive end Derek Barnett is a third Midstate defensive lineman to join Tennessee in this class.

Knoxville Webb DB Todd Kelly Jr. , Brighton lineman Charles Mosley and Marshall Co. kicker Aaron Medley also were in-state players that signed with the Vols early Wednesday morning.

Butch Jones' second recruiting class is expected to add as many as 34 newcomers to the Vols football program.

Others that have signed their letter of intent for the Vols include: RB Treyvon Paulk, LB Gavin Bryant, RB Derrell Scott, LB Dillon Bates, LB Chris Weatherd and DE Dewayne Hendrix.

Beech RB Jalen Hurd and Station Camp WR Josh Malone, which are both rated as five-star prospects by various recruiting services, were two of 14 players to enroll at Tennessee last month for the spring semester.

Butch Jones on Vols 2014 Signing Class


Check out our Signing Day page!

Tennessee already has 14 student-athletes on campus as early enrollees.

Click on player's names for an information profile, and analysis from Volquest's Brent Hubbs.

Brent Hubbs on National Signing Day

Five Stars

Jalen Hurd, RB, Beech (TN)

Josh Malone, WR, Station Camp (TN)

Four Stars

Michael Sawyers was the last 2014 signee to commit to the Vols. He chose Tennessee over Ole Miss and Georgia Tech the night before Signing Day. The Nashville product made it official on Wednesday.

Michael Sawyers, DT, Ensworth (TN)

Dontavius Blair, OL, Garden City C.C. (KS)

Daniel Helm, TE, Glenwood (IL)

D'Andre Payne, DB, H.D. Woodson (DC)

Lavon Pearson, WR, Feather River C.C. (CA)

The Vols inked Brentwood Academy D-lineman Derek Barnett on Signing Day.

Derek Barnett, DE, Brentwood (TN)

Four-star linebacker Dillon Bates signs his National Letter of Intent with Butch Jones and Tennessee. Bates is the son of former Vol and NFL safety Bill Bates.

Dillon Bates, LB, Ponte Vedra (FL)

Eric Berry's brothers, Evan and Elliot made it official today, signing NLIs with Tennessee.

Evan Berry, DB, Creekside (GA)

Rashaan Gaulden, DB, Independence (TN)

Joe Henderson, DE, Shaker Heights (OH)

Dewayne Hendrix, DE, O'Fallon (IL)

Dewayne Hendrix Signs With Tennessee

Webb football player and Vol legacy commit, Todd Kelly Junior, talks about his commitment process and being the first to send his national letter of intent to the UT coaching staff Courtney Lyle

Todd Kelly, S, Webb (Knoxville)

Cortez McDowell, DB, Locust Grove (GA)

Four-star running back Derrell Scott committed to Tennessee just over a week before National Signind Day and made it official Wednesday, signing his National Letter of Intent.

Derrell Scott, RB, Havelock (NC)

Chris Weatherd, LB, Trinity Valley C.C. (TX)

Vic Wharton, WR, Independence (TN)

Three-star defensive tackle Jashon Robertson flipped from Vandy to Tennessee when James Franklin took the Penn State job. Robertson officially signed with Tennessee on Wednesday.

Jashon Robertson, DT, Montgomery Bell Academy (TN)

Aaron Medley is the third-ranked kicker in the nation and a student of former Vol kicker James Wilhoit. The Tennessee native made his Vol commitment official on National Signing Day.

Aaron Medley, K, Marshall County (TN)

For a complete list of recruits, visit Volquest.com

ESPN's Chris Low talks Vols Signing Day here:

ESPN's Chris Low Talks Signing Day

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