The 2017 Vols now have a full week of fall camp under their belts, and it’s already clear that some players are beginning to separate themselves from their teammates at their respective positions. No position battles have been decided this early on, but some players have taken an early step forward.
It’s still early, so any players who have fallen behind right now have plenty of time to catch up. But some players may have already separated themselves enough to hold on to their leads as the weeks move on.
Here are the players whose stock has risen and those whose stock has fallen in the first week of Tennessee’s fall camp.