Tennessee now has received 13 known commitments for the 2019 class after landing three-star offensive lineman Chris Akporoghene, three-star quarterback Brian Maurer and three-star linebacker/defensive end Jalil Clemons within the past three weeks.

But the Vols recently have continued expanding their recruiting board, extending new scholarship offers to several prospects in the 2019 class.

First-year Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt and his staff hosted a number of camps last month, bringing hundreds of high school players to Knoxville. Along the way, the Vols identified a number of new targets in the 2019, 2020, 2021 and even 2022 classes.

Akporoghene, who announced his commitment to Tennessee on Monday, and Maurer and Clemons all were among the players who attended some of the Vols' camps during the month of June. Akporoghene and Maurer both received offers from Tennessee after participating in the Vols' camps, while Clemons worked out during one of Tennessee's camps after getting his first SEC offer from the Vols more than a month earlier.

Some of the other Class of 2019 prospects who picked up offers from Tennessee last month, though, have yet to make their college decisions.

With that in mind, here's a look at some of the Vols' newest targets in the 2019 class.