Will the Alabama, make a move why “ George MacIntyre ”announced his departure from team today

Tennessee has officially landed its priority quarterback in the 2025 class. Brentwood Academy quarterback George MacIntyre has officially announced his commitment to Tennessee and head coach Josh Heupel, choosing the Vols over Alabama.

MacIntyre stands 6-6 and 185 pounds with basketball athleticism and elite arm talent. The talented signal caller is a long-term Tennessee recruit whom Heupel and his staff offered back in August 2022. He was courted by several other major programs but decided that Tennessee was where he wanted to play college football.

MacIntyre is the sixth Tennessee commit in the 2025 class, the third on the offensive side of the football. He ranks as the No. 15 prospect in the 2025 class, according to the 247Sports’ Composite Rankings. MacIntyre checks in as the No. 3 overall quarterback behind LSU commit Bryce Underwood and USC commit Julian Lewis.

Landing the talented quarterback is great for many reasons, and one of them is for the people he could potentially bring with him. Tennessee has been in a good position with many top players in the nation, including five-star offensive tackle David Sanders Jr., four-star wide receiver Cameron Sparks, four-star wide receiver Marcus Harris, four-star wide receiver Caleb Cunningham, and more. Landing a guy like MacIntyre will only help Tennessee build even more on their already solid 2025 class this season.

MacIntyre will join a quarterback room of Nico Iamaleava and Jake Merklinger in his first year at Tennessee, and the rest will be up in the air as the years come. The talented prospect is good enough to discuss who will start for the Volunteers after Iamaleava is gone. Tennessee will now have two reliable options from the past two classes following the Iamaleava recruitment.

2025 5-star QB George MacIntyre during an unofficial visit to Tennessee. (Photo courtesy of George MacIntyre)

Brentwood Academy quarterback George MacIntyre chose the in-state Vols over Alabama and LSU in January. It was a long recruitment that featured a whirlwind of national names, but the faces that were always in the picture resided within the state borders. Head coach Josh Heupel identified MacIntyre early and went all in on making him his quarterback.

While MacIntyre did choose the Volunteers, there was almost a calendar year between his initial decision and when he ultimately signs a national letter of intent to play college football. Many programs must worry when they get a commitment that early and fights to fend off other suitors. 247Sports’ Tom Loy recently reported on this, and the update should dismiss any concern Volunteer fans may have had.

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