Tennessee women's basketball coaches visited Thursday night with recruit Kaela Davis, a 6-foot-2 guard from Buford (Ga.) High.
Davis committed to the Lady Vols in 2010 but her recruitment was reopened in February. At that time, Davis' mother, Kendra, expressed concern over the coaching future of then-UT head coach Pat Summitt and the impact it was having on recruiting. Summitt, who has been diagnosed with early onset dementia Alzheimer's type, stepped down as head coach in April and was replaced by long-time assistant Holly Warlick.
In February, Kendra Davis also said that UT still remained a possible choice for her daughter, who's ranked No. 2 in the Class of 2013 by ESPN HoopGurlz
Tucker Surgery: Guard Jannah Tucker, who committed to Tennessee in June, underwent ACL knee surgery Thursday morning and her father, Robert, said that there were "no surprises" during the procedure. The surgery repaired a torn ligament in her left knee. The 6-foot Tucker, who's from Randallstown, Md., suffered the injury in August while playing for Team USA in the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Gurabo, Puerto Rico.
More Recruiting: Tennessee will get a visit from Alaina Coates, a 6-foot-4 center from Irmo, S.C. She will be on campus the weekend of Oct. 20.
Coates is ranked No. 28 in the class of 2013 by ESPN HoopGurlz.