Boerne (Texas) quarterback Quinten Dormady was prepared for a big spring.
The 6-foot-4, 210-pound signal-caller, a three-star prospect, had missed the entirety of his junior season with an injury, and had been eager to show off his ability in spring football.
He clearly accomplished his goal, as Dormady impressed coaches enough in camps and throwing sessions to earn offers including Alabama, Kentucky, TCU, Vanderbilt, Houston, and Tennessee.
The offer from Saban and the Tide came last week; afterwards, Dormady told Scout’s John Garcia Jr that “everyone is still in it right now.”
Dormady did his due diligence and took some unofficial visits, planning to announce his decision before August, as he wants his focus this fall to be his senior year of high school ball.
His commitment arrived much earlier.
On Monday night, Dormady took to Twitter to announce he had committed to the Volunteers.
Tennessee fans have already embraced the newest addition to the 2015 recruiting class, as his follower count has shot up by over a thousand and his announcement has been retweeted over eight hundred times.
As a sophomore in 2012, Dormady threw for more than 3,300 yards and 30 touchdowns.
For more, head over to the VolChat message board to discuss Dormady’s commitment with other Tennessee fans.
Boerne (Texas) quarterback Quinten Dormady took to Twitter on Monday night to announce he had committed to Tennessee…
The Boerne (Texas) quarterback announced that he would be playing in the SEC on Monday night.