QB Prospect Dormady Chooses Tennessee
by Dan Harralson
Jun 09, 2014 7:51 PM EDT
As good as Butch Jones has been on the recruiting trail since arriving on Rocky Top, the second-year Tennessee head coach is still waiting to sign a signal caller to compete for the future quarterback role.
Jones was able to flip current Vols quarterback Josh Dobbs from Arizona State to Tennessee in his first recruiting class upon taking the job after leaving Cincinnati, but did not take a QB in his first full recruiting class - leaving it a priority to sign at least one, if not more, in the 2015 class.
But the wait has come to an end. Quinten Dormady out of Boerne, TX, commited to Tennessee tonight.
Dormady (6'4, 208 lbs.) chose the Vols over Alabama, whom offered him June 3 while at a camp in Tuscaloosa.
The Vols have been high on Dormady for quite sometime and offered the Texas prospect on May 28 - Dormady also visited Knoxville on March 10-11.
Dormady's decision to verbally commit to Tennessee over Alabama probably falls in-line with the expectation of another QB prospect, Travis Waller, to commit to the Crimson Tide soon.
QB Travis Waller of California expected to commit Tuesday to Alabama over UT and Notre Dame. UT still high on QB Quinten Dormady of Texas— Jimmy Hyams (@JimmyHyams) June 9, 2014
Here are highlights of the new Vols' QB commit: