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K’Rojhn Calbert is a bit of a late bloomer on the recruiting trail and so didn’t really get his first offer until this year when he started playing well. The 6’5″, 290-pound offensive lineman was coming off two knee injuries early in his high school career, which explains the lack of offers for a long time. However, his coach encouraged him to stick with it and that has paid off.

Calbert ended up getting scholarship offers from the likes of Louisville, Florida, South Carolina and Memphis. The Warren County (Tennessee) product was waiting on an offer from his home state Volunteers though and when he finally got it, he was pretty ecstatic about it.

He’s been at three Tennessee games this year and officially committed to the program at a ceremony hosted by his high school. He is now the second offensive lineman in the class for Tennessee and the Vols’ 27th commit, which is tops in the nation.

You can check out some of his highlights below:

[h/t SEC Country]

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