Tennessee picked up another early commitment for the 2020 class on Tuesday.

Rising junior long snapper Will Albright of Greeneville (Tenn.) High School announced Tuesday afternoon on his Twitter account that he has committed to the Vols and will be "on full scholarship" at Tennessee.

The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Albright gave the Vols their third known commitment for the 2020 class, joining four-star athlete Kristian Story of Lanett (Ala.) High School and three-star wide receiver Antonio Barber of Rock Hill (S.C.) High School.

"Blessed to say I have committed to the University of Tennessee on full scholarship! GO VOLS!" Albright tweeted.

It was the third commitment overall since Friday for first-year Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt's staff, which held its fourth camp in as many days on Tuesday.

The Vols landed four-star Class of 2019 defensive back Anthony Harris of Havelock (N.C.) High School on Friday, and three-star Class of 2019 athlete Aaron Beasley of Heard County High School in Franklin, Ga., committed to Tennessee on Sunday.

Albright announced his decision just three days after he participated in the Vols' annual specialist camp on Saturday. He tweeted after the camp that it was a "Great day today at Tennessee," adding references to Pruitt, special teams coordinator Charles Kelly and quality control analyst Carter Blount.

He said he returned to Knoxville on Tuesday at the request of Tennessee's coaches to participate in another of the Vols' camps, this time working out as a defensive back. He played linebacker and safety last year at Greeneville, and he said he expects to start at safety this season.

After the camp, Pruitt gave Albright his first scholarship offer, and he didn't waste any time jumping on the chance to play for the Vols, the team he grew up watching.

Albright also attended a camp at Georgia earlier this month.

He's ranked by Rubio Long Snapping as the nation's No. 4 long snapper in the 2020 class, getting a 4.5-star rating on the site. He's currently not rated by 247Sports and in the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.

According to Rubio Long Snapping's scouting report of him following a camp in Georgia in April, "When Albright is on, he is very on and easily one of the top long snappers in his class. He has a tremendous frame and is very athletic."

After a camp in December, the website wrote that Albright was a "great athlete with upside that is off the charts." And, after a camp in January, the site said Albright "moves very well on his feet and left no doubt he is one of the more athletic long snappers in the country."

"Ball is consistenty in the high .7s to low .8s, and the more he can get his eyes/head through, the more dominant he will be," Rubio Long Snapping wrote of Albright in December. "Good kid and could easily dominate his class."