The visits are complete.
Coaches are off the road.
Now the wait begins to National Signing Day on Wednesday.
With 25 commitments, Tennessee has at least salvaged its 2010 football class - for now.
Scout rates UT's class as the 16th-best in the nation. ESPN has the Vols 11th. Rivals has UT pegged seventh.
The numbers are unquestionably tight.
UT is thought to have room for 27 signees, but could add a couple of more if grades are thought to be an issue and prospects must be placed.
Still, there's plenty of mobility left before the national letters of intent are faxed Wednesday.
There are potential "boosts," prospects that could elevate UT's rating.
Then, there are "busts," prospects that could head elsewhere and bust up UT's class and, subsequently, its national standing.
Boosts: Here are some highly rated prospects that are strongly considering the Vols.
Markeith Ambles - Ambles surprised the recruiting world when he suddenly braved snowy conditions and took an official visit to Knoxville last week after reportedly ruling out the Vols days before. The one-time UT commitment is down to Southern California, North Carolina and UT.
Surely, UT's dedication in getting him to Knoxville on Saturday left an impression. A UT contingent, led by linebackers coach Lance Thompson, drove to Georgia in the snow to pick him up.
Chaz Green - It's hard to know what Green is thinking since the 6-foot-6, 290-pound offensive lineman from Tampa (Fla.) Catholic High School has been wary of the media.
This much is known: Green was very fond of UT's coaching staff under Lane Kiffin and has taken official visits to Florida and Southern California since Kiffin's departure.
Da'Rick Rogers -The 6-3, 205-pound, highly rated receiver from Calhoun (Ga.) High School was seen celebrating UT's last-second win over Florida in basketball on Sunday. He also posted a picture of himself on his Facebook page kissing UT's 1998 national championship trophy.
Rogers' tie to his teammate, UT quarterback commitment Nash Nance, is strong. Either Rogers, Ambles or, especially, both would give UT one of the elite groups of receivers in the nation for 2010. Many believe UT's class is firmly in the top five with just its current commitments and mid-term enrollees.
Damien Robinson - UT could have improved its chances of landing Robinson had the 6-8, 330-pound offensive lineman been able to take his official visit to UT as planned. The weather, however, didn't cooperate.
Mississippi State seems the likely destination considering Robinson has never been on UT's campus. Still, Robinson has heard plenty about UT from former defensive lineman Marlon Walls. Both played at Olive Branch (Miss.) High School.
James Stone - Having fallen for Tennessee under newly hired coach Derek Dooley, Stone seems destined to end up a Vol even though most thought he would sign with Alabama just weeks ago. The 6-5, 300-pound offensive lineman from Maplewood High School in Nashville is considered one of the top offensive linemen in the Southeast.
Busts: Commitments who could sign elsewhere:
J.C. Copeland - A trip to LSU last weekend surely has the Vols worried. Copeland has been firm to UT, but said he's undecided after his trip to Baton Rouge. If the 6-2, 240-pound defensive end from Troup High School in La Grange, Ga., signs elsewhere, he'll be very hard to replace.
However, UT fans should rest a little easier after Scout.com reported Monday that Copeland's coach said he is firmly committed to UT and will sign with the Vols Wednesday. We'll see.
Glen Stanley - This prospect's recruitment became a lot more dicey when Southern California stepped into the fray and hosted the 6-2, 245-pound linebacker from Eastern Arizona Junior College in Thatcher, Ariz. Stanley has said he's still a UT commitment after his trip to Los Angeles, but one has to wonder after he said his recruitment is open.
His loss would rob UT's class of a highly rated prospect and one that could play in 2010. The Vols need immediate help at linebacker and Stanley could fill the bill.
Surprises: There undoubtedly will be some. Who? Who knows? That's why they're surprises.
Dave Hooker covers recruiting. He may be reached at email@example.com.