South Carolina commitment Bryce Thompson visited Tennessee this past Saturday, he told 247Sports.
Dutch Fork coach Tom Knotts had said last week Thompson would be visiting the Vols this past weekend.
Thompson, a wide receiver/kick returner/defensive back, has been committed to the Gamecocks for some time but he did not sign on Signing Day on Feb. 7.
Knotts said earlier this month that Thompson’s commitment to the Gamecocks remains intact as he works out academic issues.
Responding to an earlier report that offers could be coming from Oklahoma and Tennessee, Thompson had tweeted: “I am committed to the university of South Carolina. If anything changes i will let y’all know until then stop putting false info out please.”
The signing period that began on Feb. 7 lasts until April 1.
Thompson could sign at any point or wait and enroll at USC this summer without signing a letter of intent.
Marshall has also shown interest in Thompson.
Thompson is a four-star prospect by Rivals and 247Sports in their final evaluations for the Class of 2018.
During his senior season, Thompson rushed for 1,368 yards, caught 44 passes for 630 yards and 38 total touchdowns in helping the Silver Foxes to their second straight state title. He also had 27 tackles, an interception and blocked a kick on defense.
Thompson earned Most Outstanding Player honors in the Shrine Bowl after catching seven passes for 165 yards and a TD.