Tennessee is one team that may not want quarantining from the COVID-19 to end, because the Vols have been on a recruiting tear for the class of 2021.

Four-star athlete Kaemen Marley (Ramseur, N.C.) added to the Vols top-ranked recruiting class Wednesday night. The 6-foot-2, 206-pound do-it-all is ranked as the nation’s No. 146 overall player, the No. 5 overall athlete and North Carolina’s No. 8 overall prospect, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings.

The top athlete committed to the Vols over offers from North Carolina, NC State, Kentucky and Ohio State, among others. That’s a big coup for Jeremy Pruitt and the Vols, as Marley could excel at a number of positions. He could be a big weapon at receiver, or he could play in the secondary.

Tennessee offered February 1, and despite not visiting yet, Marley committed to the Vols via Twitter.

Tennessee currently has 22 commitments for the class of 2021, and the Vols are ranked No. 2 in the nation only behind Ohio State. The next highest rated SEC class is Florida at No. 6 with 15 commitments.