If you ever find yourself with your phone in your hands about to tweet something negative at a recruit, stop, reconsider your life, and delete that tweet.

A few Tennessee fans forgot that simple rule recently, when Tennessee’s 247Sports site tweeted that the school was giving 3-star 2020 OC Cooper Mays a lot of attention.

Mays, the younger brother of 2018 5-star OL Cade Mays, received a lot of negative feedback from the tweet. Cade, obviously, went to Georgia, spurning the school that his father played at under Phillip Fulmer:

Per the 247Sports composite, Cooper Mays is the No. 5 center in the class of 2020 and the No. 20 overall recruit from the state of Tennessee.

The responses to the tweet were not a good look for Vol Nation, though it’s important to note that this seemingly is only a small portion of the fanbase:

Mays is sure to have plenty of big-name schools that would love to have him, so we’ll see if this negative reaction from the Vols influences his decision. Perhaps he’ll join his brother at Georgia instead — Kirby Smart would be excited to have another Mays along the offensive line.