Tennessee basketball’s two latest scholarship offers have been sent to big men in both the 2019 and 2020 classes.

The Vols on Friday offered Robbie Beran, a 6-foot-9, 210-pound power forward in the 2019 class out of Collegiate School in Richmond, Va. On Tuesday Tennessee extended an offer to 6-foot-8, 240-pound center Dain Dainja, from Park Center High School in Minneapolis, Minn.

Beran does not yet have a 247Sports Composite rating. He’s a four-star prospect according to the 247Sports ratings, ranked No. 80 overall in the 2019 class. He’s the No. 17 power forward in his class and the No. 5 overall player in Virginia.

His 26 total scholarship offers include Wisconsin, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Nebraska, Kansas State and Georgia Tech. Beran took an unofficial visit to Boston College on June 26.

Dianja is a four-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite and a three-star prospect in the 247Sports ratings.

The Composite has him ranked as the No. 105 overall player in the class, the No. 16 center and the No. 4 overall player in Minnesota. The 247Sports ratings have him at No. 130 overall, No. 15 at center and No. 4 in Minnesota.

Dainja in the last month has received offers from Tennessee, Xavier, Georgetown, Clemson and Texas A&M. June included offers from Marquette, where he unofficially visited on June 22, along with Northwestern and Kansas State.

Tennessee has one commitment from a power forward already in the 2019 class — three-star Knoxville product Drew Pember, who committed to the Vols in early June.

Pember could be a candidate to reclassify to 2020, but as is, he’s rated as the No. 219 player in the class, the No. 44 power forward and No. 7 overall player in the state.

The Vols now have offers out to 10 power forwards in the class, including three five-star players (Vernon Carey, Trendon Watford, Isaiah Mobley), five four-star players (C.J. Walker, Jaylin Williams, Jaelyn Withers, Daniel Ramsey) and two three-star players (Jared Jones and Pember).

Walker announced his final 12 schools on Friday, a list that did not include the Vols: Memphis, Florida, Arkansas, Ole Miss, Georgia, Miami, Texas, Arizona, Alabama, LSU, Oregon and N.C. State. 

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Dianja is the ninth scholarship offered by the Vols in the 2020 class and the second center prospect with an offer.

Tennessee offered four-star center Justice Ojogbor last September. Ojogbor, the 6-foot-9, 220-pound prospect at Christ School in Arden, N.C., is the No. 44 overall prospect in the 2020 class, the No. 7 center and the No. 3 overall player in North Carolina.

The other 2020 offers are to two point guards (Sharife Cooper, Norance Berry), four shooting guards (Jaden Springer, Keon Johnson, Justin Powell, Matthew Murrell) and one small forward (Micah Peavy).