One of the top quarterbacks in the 2016 recruiting class has announed where he plans on beginning his college football career. In an announcement at his high school and with a video on Bleacher Report, Bergen Catholic (N.J.) High’s Jarrett Guarantano announced he will join the Tennessee Volunteers.
The 6-foot-4, 196-pound signal-caller is one of the top dual-threat passers in the nation.
Guarantano had his junior season at Bergen Catholic cut short because of a writ issue, but he still managed to rack up 1,030 yards, nine touchdowns, nine interceptions and an additional 258 yards and four touchdowns with his legs.
After receiving more than 40 scholarship offers, Jarrett Guarantano was able to settle with the SEC team.
Guarantano gave Tennessee the edge over the defending national champion Ohio State Buckeyes and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
The Volunteers currently have seven commitments in the class of 2016.
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