1. OL Trey Smith
Tennessee has a lot of returning experience on the offensive line. Trey Smith, however, is simply too talented to leave on the bench. The college-ready No. 1 overall recruit (per ESPN) in the nation will likely see the field in some capacity in 2017. He can play several different positions on the line, and with his size, athleticism and raw talent, he easily could be in the two-deep, if not starting, at some point in 2017. There’s no great reason to redshirt him. He’s probably not a five-year player anyway.