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Rajion Neal smiles as he signs his letter to the University of Tennessee at Sandy Creek High School in Georgia on Wednesday. His mother, Kavondria Neal, is seated beside him.

Photo by Johnny Crawford, Atlanta Journal Constitution

Rajion Neal smiles as he signs his letter to the University of Tennessee at Sandy Creek High School in Georgia on Wednesday. His mother, Kavondria Neal, is seated beside him.

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  • Rajion Neal smiles as he signs his letter to the University of Tennessee at Sandy Creek High School in Georgia on Wednesday. His mother, Kavondria Neal, is seated beside him.
  • 'It's Twitter time' said Da'Rick Rogers, right, after signing with Nash Nance. They put on Tennessee hats after their signing ceremony.
  • Calhoun High School quarterback Nash Nance, left, and running back Da'Rick Rogers both committed to the University of Tennessee today.
  • Offensive lineman James Stone of Maplewood High School signs with Tennessee on Wednesday.
  • Offensive lineman James Stone of Maplewood High School tries on a University of Tennessee ballcap. Stone signed with with Tennessee on Wednesday.
  • Receiver Justin Hunter, of Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach, Va., signed with the University of Tennessee on Wednesday. Justin's mother, Gloria Hunter, signed s the paperwork after Justin.
  • Justin Hunter of Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia signed with the University of Tennessee on Wednesday.
  • Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley talks about recruiting and the 2010 signing class on Wednesday, Feb 3, 2010 at Neyland Stadium.
  • Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley smiles during a press conference where he discussed the 2010 signing class on Wednesday at Neyland Stadium.

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