Jennings could play safety or quarterback for the Volunteers.

Tennessee received good news Monday with the commitment of Jauan Jennings. Out of Murfreesboro (Tenn.) Blackmon, Jennings held many of the big offers in the South, including Alabama, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and some national offers as well.

Jennings is a consensus four-star recruit and is widely considered one of the 200 best players in the 2015 recruiting class. He comes in at 6'3 and 190 pounds, and doesn't turn 17 years old until later in the summer, meaning he is age-appropriate for his grade and has potential for additional growth.

Experts disagree on Jennings' ultimate position. Most see him as an excellent safety, but at a school like Tennessee, which is placing a huge emphasis on quarterback mobility in its recruiting, the possibility of him sticking as a quarterback is quite real.