Tennessee basketball has seven known offers in the 2020 recruiting class.

Half of those offers landed in the top 50 of the class and six of the seven were in the top 100 Monday in the latest Top247 update.

Point guard Sharife Cooper, from McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Ga., had one of the largest jumps in the update, rising 18 spots to No. 21 overall in the class.

The five-star Cooper, a 6-foot, 160-pound, has 17 offers and picked up one from Tennessee back on May 2. He took an unofficial visit to Auburn on June 23.

Cooper came in just ahead of four-star guard Jaden Springer, a five-star prospect according to the 247Sports Composite, who was ranked at No. 24 overall in Monday’s update.

Springer, who plays for former Tennessee point guard Bobby Maze’s B.Maze Elite AAU program, has Tennessee is one of five schools at the top of his list, alongside Maryland, N.C. State, UCLA and Wake Forest. He took an unofficial visit to see the Vols in January.

“I’ve got a pretty good relationship with the Tennessee staff,” Springer told GoVols247 last month. “I see them a lot because my AAU program is in Tennessee. I feel like we’ve got a pretty good relationship.”

Next on the list is in-state four-star shooting guard Keon Johnson, at No. 28 overall in the class after jumping up 20 spots.

The 6-foot-5, 180-pound prospect from Bell Buckle, Tenn., took an unofficial visit to see Tennessee two weeks ago and has Ole Miss, Florida and Vanderbilt atop his list, along with the Vols.

Johnson is rated as the No. 8 shooting guard nationally and is the No. 1 overall prospect in Tennessee in 2020.

Four-star small forward Micah Peavy, from Dekaney High School in Houston, Texas, was bumped up five spots to No. 49 overall in the class. Tennessee was Peavy’s second major offer, coming on May 1, 2017, just days after Texas A&M offered. He’s since added offers from Florida, LSU and Oklahoma and last fall took an unofficial visit to LSU.

Justice Ajogbor, a 6-foot-9, 220-pound center at Christ School in Arden, N.C., dropped 20 spots but still came in at No. 55 overall.

The four-star Ajogbor has offers from Auburn, UConn, Davidson, Maryland, Mississippi State and Tennessee. He’s drawn offers from Brown, Kentucky and Stanford. He took an unofficial visit to Kentucky in the fall and UK assistant coach Joel Justus listed him in late January.

Tennessee offered on Sept. 19, alongside Auburn, Mississippi State and Maryland as Ajogbor’s first major offers.

The Vols have been busy at Christ School outside of Asheville, recruiting and signing John Fulkerson in the 2016 class.

Tennessee coaches have been recruiting Christ School’s five-star combo guard Jalen Lecque since May 2017.

Justin Powell, a 6-foot-5 four-star shooting guard from Montverde Academy in Louisville, dropped 31 spots to No. 84 overall. He’s ranked No. 170 overall and is a three-star prospect in the 247Sports Composite.

Norance Berry, a 6-foot-3 prospect at point guard, another Christ School product, has not yet been rated. He has offers from Auburn, Tennessee and LIU Brooklyn.