Three-star athlete/defensive back Cornelius Nunn of Pinecrest, Fla. (Photo: Andrew Ivins, 247Sports)

 

Tennessee handed out new scholarship offers late this week to a few more prospects in the 2019 class.

Three-star athlete/defensive back Cornelius Nunn of Miami Palmetto High School in Pinecrest, Fla., and three-star offensive lineman Damarcus Mills of Mooresville (N.C.) High School both picked up offers from the Vols on Thursday.

On Friday, three-star defensive end/linebacker Raymond Cutts of Jones High School in Orlando, Fla., also landed an offer from Tennessee.

The 6-foot, 170-pound Nunn now holds offers from nearly 20 schools, including Miami, Auburn, Georgia, Nebraska, Kentucky, Boston College, N.C. State, Indiana, Syracuse, Baylor and South Florida.

“Truly blessed to receive (an) offer from Tennessee #GoVols,” he tweeted.

After landing his offer from the Vols on Thursday, he added an offer from Baylor on Friday.

Nunn is ranked the No. 591 overall prospect and No. 56 athlete in the industry-generated 247Sports Composite for the 2019 class. He’s also ranked by 247Sports as the No. 741 overall player and No. 72 athlete in the 2019 class.

He has yet to receive his first prediction on the 247Sports Crystal Ball.

Mills, a 6-foot-6.5, 320-pound offensive tackle, has received offers from eight schools, including Florida, Florida State, Maryland, North Carolina and West Virginia.

“Blessed to receive (an) offer from The University of Tennessee!” tweeted Mills, who’s ranked the No. 664 overall prospect and No. 58 offensive tackle in the 247Sports Composite for the 2019 class.

He’s also ranked by 247Sports as the No. 630 overall player and No. 57 offensive tackle in the 2019 class.

Virginia Tech, South Carolina, Clemson, N.C. State, Notre Dame and Louisville are among the other teams that have shown interest in him.

Mills is awaiting his first prediction on the 247Sports Crystal Ball.

The 6-foot-4, 265-pound Cutts has picked up offers from more than a dozen teams, including Clemson, Louisville, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, N.C. State, Kentucky, Maryland, Minnesota, Cincinnati, South Florida and Syracuse. Southern Miss joined Tennessee in extending an offer to him on Friday.

“Blessed to receive a offer from the University of Tennessee,” Cutts tweeted.

Cutts told 247Sports’ Jody Demling in early March that Clemson, Louisville and South Florida were his three favorites at the time.

As a junior, Cutts recorded 96 tackles and 10 sacks at Jones, the same school that produced Vols redshirt freshman tight end James Brown.

He’s ranked the No. 978 overall prospect and No. 66 weakside defensive end in the 247Sports Composite for the 2019 class. He’s also ranked by 247sports as the No. 736 overall player and No. 49 weakside defensive end in the 2019 class.

No predictions for Cutts have been made on the 247Sports Crystal Ball.