As the recruitment of the next Tennessee basketball recruiting coordinator gets underway, it’s important to understand where the job is at.
Tennessee has been a hotbed of recruiting for years.
Now, it is the second-ranked program in the SEC and is recruiting well in the class of 2018, and the only SEC program to land the recruiting coordinator position since it was created.
But as the recruiting process begins, it will be crucial to understand the salaries of the new recruits, how they fit into the coaching staff, and what it takes to land a job.
It’s important for the Tennessee program to be aware of what the recruiting market looks like, because it is very important to have good recruiting in Tennessee.
To help with this, we are breaking down the recruiting landscape at every SEC program, starting with the schools in the East.
We will also look at the salaries for the recruiting staff, which is a good place to start.
SEC Recruiting In Depth SEC Recruitment Overview: The Top 5 Recruiter Schools, 2018-2019 Salary History: Tennessee Recruited 247Sports’ Recruits By Year: 2017 Tennessee State: $7,852,918 Tennessee State Recruitor Salary: $4,000,000 Tennessee State’s Recruitable Recruit Value: $15,000 to $25,000 Recruitated by: 2018 Tennessee State Tennessee: $10,000 More Recruite Information: Tennessee is the only school in the conference to recruit in every major sport.
The Tennessee State football program is a Division II school, meaning it has been ranked in the top 100 of all Division I schools by 247Sports for more than two decades.
The 2018 recruiting class will feature seven-star wide receiver Isaiah McElroy, who will join the Titans for his senior season.
McElry has received scholarship offers from every other school in Division I, including LSU, Alabama, Tennessee, and Tennessee State.
The Titans also signed five-star defensive lineman D.J. Campbell to a scholarship and the two-star tight end Elijah Smith to a four-star.
Tennessee State will have to contend with recruiting from the likes of Michigan State, Penn State, Ohio State, Texas A&M, and UCLA.
Tennessee is also expected to have some interest in Texas A.&M safety Jamal McCray, who could be the top prospect in the 2018 class.
McCray is a 6-foot-3, 225-pound prospect who played at Tennessee in his junior and senior seasons.
McCay was ranked as the No. 2 prospect in Tennessee’s 2018 class, according to 247Sports Composite rankings.
The 6-3 defensive tackle, who was recruited by Tennessee, will play safety for the Titans in 2019.
Tennessee will also likely recruit defensive end Justin Evans, who played for the Volunteers as a defensive end and defensive back in college.
Evans was ranked the No, 2 prospect for the 2018 recruiting cycle in Tennessee by 247sports.
Tennessee was ranked No. 3 in the 247Sports composite rankings for 2019 and was the No