With fewer than 48 hours until National Signing Day, Tennessee is essentially finished with the proactive part of its recruiting effort.
Now the Vols must fend off any late defections from its group of prospects.
Treyvon Paulk, one of the three running backs in the 2014 class, briefly considered visiting Miami (Fla.) over the weekend, but ultimately stayed at home and seems likely to sign with the Vols as expected on Wednesday.
"I think there was some initial concern after (running back) Derrell Scott announced his decision last week. Miami came calling and (the Hurricanes) were looking around for some guys," said GoVols247 recruiting analyst Ryan Callahan. "But nothing really came of it. They weren't able to get a visit from him. It's hard to imagine him flipping to a school he hasn't visited. But I do think he had some concerns going into the weekend."
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