BOWLIN BREAKDOWN: What Tennessee men's basketball signees bring to the table
By: Dallas Bowlin
Senior Staff Writer
The All Vol Call in Show
It was a busy Wednesday afternoon for Tennessee basketball, as all four players committed to the Vols' 2023 recruiting class signed their National Letters of Intent.
Freddie Dilione: A 6-foot-4, four-star combo guard from North Carolina. Dilione is a true bucket-getter with a well-defined handle.
Cade Phillips: A 6-foot-9, four-star power forward from Missouri. Phillips is an above-average athlete with a great feel for the game, a ferocious finisher around the rim, and a developing offensive game.
Cameron Carr: A 6-foot-4, four-star combo guard from Missouri and a teammate of Phillips, Carr is a skilled shot maker with a knack for playmaking.
JP Estrella: Estrella, a 6-foot-11-inch four-star center from Maine, was a late bloomer who was pursued by many of college basketball's top programs. Estrella's passing instincts, combined with his shot-blocking ability, lend credence to claims that he is the best big man in the class.
The Vols’ 2023 class currently ranks as the second-best in the SEC, and the eighth-best in the nation.