Cornerback Shamar Arnoux from Carrollton High School in Georgia, a three-star prospect in the 2025 class, committed to the Tennessee Volunteers nearly a year ago. However, recent developments indicate that Arnoux, despite his prior commitment, has arranged an unofficial visit with the Georgia Bulldogs this upcoming weekend, as reported by On3’s Jeremy Johnson.

Having been the initial commitment for Tennessee in the 2025 class, Arnoux, a physically imposing corner, collaborated with two other Vols commits during his junior season. Despite this, he has since transferred to his third high school, making an impact at Battle Miami, a 7-on-7 tournament in Florida that attracted national attention over the weekend. Rivals’ John Garcia Jr. highlighted Arnoux’s standout performance among a talented group of prospects during the tournament. Additionally, Arnoux took the opportunity to visit the University of Miami during the same weekend.

“Arnoux impressed all weekend with his C1N squad. Arnoux excelled in coverage and overall is a very physical cornerback. During his team’s championship run, Arnoux was always making big plays on defense.” – Rivals’ John Garcia Jr. on Shamar Arnoux during Battle Miami

Arnoux’s journey saw him transferring to Carrollton High School for his senior season after spending two years with the Westlake Lions and his junior year with the Milton Eagles. At Westlake, Arnoux played a pivotal role in two-man concepts, particularly quarters coverage, a scheme frequently employed by Tennessee. His experience in man coverage from Cover-1 and Cover-2 looks aligns with the defensive schemes used by the Vols, emphasizing the need for defenders to swiftly adapt to various formations due to the team’s rapid offensive pace.

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