Deanthony Arnett

November 11, 2010 by staff 

Deanthony Arnett, In a surprise four-star receiver DeAnthony Arnett (Saginaw, Mich. / Saginaw), which is No. 55 in the ESPNU 150, committed to Tennessee on Wednesday night. Elected volatility on scholarship offers from Michigan State, Michigan, USC and Cal

Arnett, who had more than two dozen scholarship offers, announced his decision at a press conference at the center of the media at Saginaw High School. After thanking God, his family, his coaches and talk about each of the five finalists, Arnett had come in a bag and pulled out a hat announcing Vols headed to Tennessee.

“Charlie Baggett, coach of the Tennessee receiver has worked with a lot of good receivers,” Arnett said at a news conference at the center of the media in high school. “He coached the likes of Randy Moss, Chris Carter, Andre Rison and Chris Chambers and hopefully I can develop and have the same kind of success we all had. I also like the coach Derek Dooley a lot and I felt comfortable in Tennessee. The young are but they are doing and coming and I’m excited to be part of that. ”

The 6-foot, 170 pounds of Arnedo is the No. 1 option in the state of Michigan. Official visits to USC and Cal, and attended games this season in New York, Michigan and Michigan State.

After Arnett took his official visit to USC in October, reports leaked that he gave the Trojans a confidentiality agreement. The family denied it, but it still seems that the Trojans were in the driver’s seat. The receiver had previously said that the USC was his high school during the summer at the Gridiron Kings and was offered originally by the volatility by then-coach Lane Kiffin, now at USC.

The Spartans had the last chance for Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio and Treadwell assistant Don stopped at Saginaw High on Monday, but it was not enough. Arnett said Michigan State was his second choice, ironically, the alma mater of Baggetts.

Arnett caught 38 passes for 775 yards in his senior season. He averaged 20.4 yards per catch and had eight touchdowns in the air. Arnett also ran for five touchdowns, had two punt returns and threw for three touchdowns.

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