The game between the Vols and the Bulldogs this weekend is huge not just on the field and in the standings, but from a recruiting perspective as well.
Tennessee begins to turn most of its attention to the 2019 class today, and looks to leverage several advantages.
The Gators current recruiting class is not built to withstand a disappointing season.
The need for one more defensive end in this class, and how the Vols address that need, is something that’s been discussed in this space quite a bit. And while I’ve made the case for a guy with unlimited upside but who is a ways from contributing, there’s a case […]
Opening the season against Georgia Tech in Atlanta provides several benefits to Tennessee’s recruiting efforts. Here are some of them.
The Vols just added a scholarship punter to the Class of 2018? With limited spots remaining, what does that mean for the remainder of the class?
As the Vols get back to having success sending players to the NFL, it should begin to pay dividends on the recruiting trail.
With most of their needs at defensive end taken care of, the Vols should use their last spot on high-ceiling Kayode Oladele.
With open spots dwindling, should the Vols take one linebacker or two, and if only one, which one?
The Vols are hitting Florida hard, emulating the long game strategy that Georgia has used well to recruit the state.