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Shamar Arnoux decommits from Tennessee

Shamar Arnoux decommits from Tennessee

2024 cornerback prospect Shamar Arnoux committed to Tennessee on April 7, 2023.

Arnoux withdrew from Tennessee on Saturday. He was the Vols’ first commitment for the 2025 recruiting class.

Carrollton High School in Carrollton, Georgia, is where the 6-foot-1, 175-pound cornerback attended. He formerly played for Milton High School in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Arnoux visited Georgia on Saturday and received a scholarship offer from South Carolina on January 29.

“This visit hit different,” Arnoux stated regarding his travel to Georgia.

The Vols’ 2025 recruiting class includes five commitments: cornerback Dylan Lewis, running back Justin Baker, cornerback Tyler Redmond, tight end Jack Van Dorselaer, and quarterback George MacIntyre.

James had one of his better outings of the season in the 2023 Southeastern Conference Tournament against Ole Miss on March 9, scoring 20 points and grabbing seven rebounds.

James discussed

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“Simply put, we just have to score more points than the other team. We have to be locked in. We know Louisiana is a really, really talented team. They got three key, good guys that could play at any level. They have a great team, but those three guys, especially Jordan Brown, he’s transferred around a little bit, but he’s a former McDonald’s All-American. He’s shown he can get the job done, so we just have to be locked in defensively and play as a unit both offensively and defensively.”

“I haven’t really watched a lot of film. We just kind of got some notes on him. I saw he draws over five fouls per game. Keeping our bigs out of foul trouble will be big, but I know coach Gainey said he recruited him when he was at Arizona. He said he’s got game, he’s talented, but I haven’t really watched film on him.”

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