The top name on Tennessee's commitment list for the 2019 recruiting class was one of the top performers at The Opening Finals last week.

Offensive tackle Wanya Morris, a five-star prospect and the No. 24 overall player and No. 5 offensive tackle in the 247Sports Composite for the 2019 class, was one of three prospects pledged to the Vols who competed at the annual showcase event for the top high school talent in the nation.

The 6-foot-5.5, 293-pound Morris, who committed to Tennessee on May 1, held his own in his one-on-one matchups with some of the top pass-rushing talent in the 2019 class and certainly won more of those battles than he lost over the course of the event.

According to 247Sports recruiting analyst Luke Stampini, Morris at The Opening Finals showed "he is one of the best offensive linemen in the nation" and backed up the notion that he "has the potential to be very good down the road."

Morris, who chose Tennessee over Auburn, made his first visit to Tennessee since his commitment at the start of last month and said last week he plans to return to Knoxville later this month after the NCAA-mandated recruiting dead period ends and before he turns his focus entirely to his senior season at Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga.

Regarding the strength of his commitment to the Vols, Morris said he's "still with Tennessee" and admitted the chances of another program flipping him are very slim.

Tennessee's 2019 recruiting class currently includes 12 public known commitments and ranks 19th nationally and ninth in the SEC in the 247Sports team recruiting rankings.

Check out some of Morris's highlights from The Opening Finals in the above video courtesy of 247Sports recruiting analyst John Garcia Jr.