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.
What should Vols fans expect out of tomorrow’s mini Orange Carpet Day?
With the Vols in such great shape so early with the Class of 2018, they can now afford to be picky as they fill out the rest of the class.
A half dozen random recruiting thoughts as it’s not even July, and the 2018 class is currently ranked #5 in the country with 15 commitments: Still no Emerson What’s even more impressive about the current ranking of the class is that it doesn’t yet include Vols lock and borderline 5-star […]
While the Vols signed a very promising group of defensive ends in the 2017 class, including early-enrollee Deandre Johnson, Matthew Butler, Ryan Thaxton, and Marcus Bembry, the DE position is arguably UT’s thinnest in terms of proven depth and talent. Therefore, it is a position of immense focus for the […]
When you read up on new UT CB commit Tanner Ingle, you get the feeling very quickly that he feels overlooked due to his being “only” 5’10. He mentions it often, and while it appears to motivate him it certainly does not enter his mind when he is bringing the […]