Four-star JUCO offensive lineman Jahmir Johnson (6-foot-5, 278 pounds) of Arizona Western College officially announced his commitment to Tennessee one week after signing his letter of intent during the early signing period.
According to the Vols’ official Twitter account, the Philadelphia native waited until he was back home with his family for the holidays to announce his decision.
Johnson choose the Tennessee over Missouri and USC and spent his most recent official visit with the Vols following trips to Mizzou and Arkansas.
He ranks as the No. 2 offensive tackle and No. 14 overall prospect for the 2018 national JUCO recruiting cycle, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Tennessee also signed fellow Arizona Western teammate Dominick Wood-Anderson, who ranked as the nation’s top JUCO tight end, last week during the early signing period.
The Vols currently have the No. 22 overall recruiting class for the 2018 national recruiting cycle, which ranks eighth among SEC teams, according to the 247Sports Composite Team rankings.