Being from a state where the local teams are usually the favorite to win a recruit(Oklahoma,…
The best player in the state of Oklahoma has known what school he was going to choose for sometime.
"The University of Tennessee baby," Cobbs told views on a local television station in Tulsa. "I loved interacting with their players and coaches when I took an unofficial visit there. They have great academics and great academic support for their athletes there. It just felt like I was a home there."
According to Cobbs, he almost committed to the Vols during his visit there during fall football camp.
"I knew then that's where I was going," Cobbs said. "After that visit I was certain that Tennessee was my choice. I decided to wait for a month to make sure I wasn't rushing into a decision that I might regret. I have known for a while that I was going to be a Vol."
As of Sunday evening after the addition of Cobbs to the Tennessee recruiting class, the 2010 Volunteer Class is currently ranked by Scout.com as the No. 1 recruiting class in the SEC and the No. 3 overall class in the nation.