Vols sign top 5 O-lineman in the nation

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Want to know who Coach Pruitt is bringing to Rocky Top next season? Check here for live updates throughout the day of UT signees.

7:50 a.m.- Ramel Keyton: WR, Marietta, GA
Keyton is a four star wide receiver from Marietta who fielded interest from Alabama, Auburn, Cincinnati, and Appalachian State. According to Rivals, the 6'2", 180 WR is the No. 14 ranked player from Georgia.

9:20 a.m.- Sean Brown: TE, Rome, GA
Brown is three star tight end from Georgia who drew interest from several major schools including Auburn, Cincinnati, Kentucky, and Colorado State. According to Rivals, the 6'5", 230 TE is the No. 36 tight end in the country.

9:24 a.m.- Tyus Fields: DB, Cornelius, NC
Fields is four star defensive back from North Carolina who fielded interest from Clemson, Florida, State, Kansas State, and Appalachian State. According to Rivals, the 5'10" DB is the No. 14 recruit from North Carolina.

9:33 a.m. - Jaylen McCollough: DB, Powder Springs, GA
McCollough is a four star safety from the Atlanta suburb Powder Springs. The 6'1", 190 pound DB fielded interest from SEC powers Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, and Florida. According to Rivals, McCollough is the No. 16 DB in the country.

9:37 a.m.- Brian Maurer: Pro-Style Quarterback, Ocala, FL
Maurer is a three star pro-style quarterback from Florida, and the No. 16 pro-style QB in the country. The 6'4" QB chose the Vols over Boston College, Cincinnati, Florida Atlantic, and Charlotte.

10:05 a.m.- Jerrod Means: WR, Lovejoy, GA
Means is a three star wide receiver from Georgia, and the No. 119 recruit in that recruiting hotbed. Means chose the Vols over Georgia Tech, Indiana, Kansas, UConn, and East Carolina.

10:09 a.m.- Chris Akporoghene: OL, Seymour, TN/Bradenton, FL
Akporoghene is a huge get to help secure Pruitt's offensive line. The four star OL fielded interest from Auburn, Arizona, Arizona State, and Arkansas before choosing the Vols. According to Rivals, the 6'5", 280 lineman is the No. 38 offensive tackle in the nation.

10:12 a.m.- Melvin McBride: OL, Memphis, TN
Pruitt again kept a recruit in state with McBride, a 6'4", 310, three star guard from Memphis. McBride chose Tennessee over Arkansas, Cincinnati, Florida, and Chattanooga. Rivals lists McBride as the No. 18 offensive guard in the country.

10:53 a.m.- Elijah Simmons: DL, Nashville, TN
Simmons is another in-state recruit to shore up Pruitt's line-of-scrimage. The 6'2", 350 pound three star recruit fielded interest from Memphis, Missouri, and Chattanooga. According to Rivals, Simmons is the No. 38 defensive tackle in the country.

11:00 a.m.- Jerome Carvin: OL, Cordova, TN
Pruitt is recruiting the offensive line heavily, and Carvin is a big in-state signee. The 6'$', 305 pound four star offensive tackle saw interest from major programs like Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, and Colorado. Rivals lists Carvin as the No. 22 OT in the country and the No. 10 recruit in the state.

11:08 a.m.- Aaron Beasley: Athlete, Franklin, GA
Coach Jeremy Pruitt continues success recruiting in Georgia with 6'1", 200 pound three star Beasley. Beasley fielded considerable interest from Auburn, Baylor, UConn, and Charlotte.

11:34 a.m.- Wayna Morris: OL, Loganville, GA
Morris could be the crown jewel of Jeremy Pruitt's 2019 class. The 6'6", 285 pound four star offensive tackle from Georgia is another piece in Pruitt's rebuild of the o-line. According to Rivals, Morris chose the Vols over Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, and Boston College. Morris is the No. 4 OT in the nation.

12:26 p.m.- Warren Burrell: DB, Suwanee, GA
Burrell is a four star cornerback from the Atlanta suburbs. The 5'11", 165 pound DB fielded interest from Alabama, Auburn, Cal, and Appalachian State. Rivals lists Burrell as the No. 28 overall recruit from Tennessee.

2:00 p.m.- Jackson Lampley: OL, Nashville, TN
Pruitt kept another recruit in state with four star offensive lineman Jackson Lampley. The 6'4", 295 pound offensive guard was pursued by Arkansas, Auburn, Duke, and Florida before signing with the Vols. According to Rivals, Lampley is the No. 15 ranked overall recruit in Tennessee.

2:24 p.m.- Darel Middleton: DL, Oak Ridge, TN
Middleton is a local product who comes to UT as a JUCO transfer from famed East Mississippi Community College of "Last Chance U." The 6'6", 280 defensive tackle was pursued by fellow SEC powers Florida, Georgia, and Kentucky.

3:31 p.m.- Savion Williams: DL, Upper Marlboro, MD
Williams comes to Knoxville as a junior college transfer Coach Jeremy Pruitt continues to shore up his line of scrimmage. Williams, a four star defensive tackle, also fielded offers from Georgia, Maryland, and Nebraska.

3:47 p.m.- Roman Harrison: LB, Bainbridge, GA
Harrison comes to Knoxville as a three star defensive end and the No. 45 recruit from Georgia. Harrison was pursued by Georgia Tech, Appalachian State, Florida Atlantic, and Georgia Southern.