Former Elite101 and Freshman450 prospect 2020 QB Harrison Bailey has officially committed to the University of Tennessee, in recent days. Back in 2015 as an 8th grader, Bailey came in as the #2 athlete from the 2020 class in Youth1's Elite101 rankings.
This is an awesome milestone for the Marrieta, GA quarterback, who's been on the national radar since his youth football days. He received collegiate football offers as an 8th grader.
Youth1 media has been covering Bailey since 2014, so it's no surprise to us that he's become one of the elite QB talents in the country.
The 6'4" 217 pound athlete, who is now a Junior in high school, let his decision be known this past Tuesday in Marietta High School auditorium while rocking a Tennessee Volunteers baseball cap.
Let's take a look back at some notable successes Youth1 had the pleasure of documenting before Harrison Bailey made his commitment to Tennessee.
Back in 2014, Youth1 projected big things would be in store for Bailey. Here are two Youth1 articles from 2014 on Bailey's bright future.
In 2016, Youth1 highlighted that Bailey was received real attention from the nation's best programs. Here are three Youth1 articles and interview from 2016.
It's truly a pleasure seeing athletes Youth1 has covered during their middle school years flourish at the next level and ultimately commit to a D1 University.
Congrats to 2020 QB Harrison Bailey on his D1 commitment to the University of Tennessee. This is only the first step in what is sure to be a promising collegiate career.
For more Harrison Bailey, check out his Youth1 Player Profile -> here.
View his highlights below.
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