Despite a rough start to the 2019 season, it seems that Jeremy Pruitt has the Tennessee football program heading in the right direction again. The Volunteers have won three out of their last four games and have a chance at qualifying for a bowl game.

Even more important, the Big Orange has been hot on the recruiting trail. That continued on Tuesday when Kyree Miller, an offensive guard from Mesquite, Texas, announced his commitment to the Vols.

Miller becomes the 17th commitment in the 2020 signing class for the Vols, which is currently ranked No. 21 by 247Sports.

Tennessee’s recruiting class now includes some maulers up front as four-star Cooper Mays (273-pounds), and three-stars Javontez Spraggins (340-pounds) and James Robinson (323-pounds) are all offensive linemen committed to the program’s class.

At 6-foot-4 and 370 pounds, Miller chose the Volunteers over SMU, Liberty, North Texas and others.

His highlight video can be seen below: