It's been an eventful month for 2015 Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern athlete T.J. Rahming. The cornerback/wide receiver combo prospect has netted three offers since the dead period ended, with Tennessee, Duke and Marshall joining his list.
The Volunteers coaches however, have made quite the early impression on the 5-foot-10, 160-pound speedster.
"I've been building a good relationship with them and everyone is just cool and stuff like that," Rahming said. "Right now I'm just feeling like it's the place for me. I'm going to take a visit and see how it is and just spend time with them and build that relationship with them more."
Rahming said the Vols are recruiting him to play a slot wide receiver and also to contribute in the return game. Next month's trip won't be the first time he's been to Knoxville.
"I was there for their one-day camp last summer," Rahming said. "I'm in love with the campus right now, especially the stadium."
Rahming also said he'll be in Auburn for the Tigers junior day this weekend. He said he thinks the Tigers are "pretty close to offering."
"I think I would fit pretty good in their offense," he said of Auburn. "Of course I would have to learn it and see what I can do, but right now I think I could do pretty good."
Woody Wommack is a Southeast Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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