Running Back Decommits From Tennessee

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    Tennessee landed a big running back commitment right before the Orange and White Game when Jashaun Corbin committed to the Vols.

    Less than a month later, his plans have already changed. Corbin announced via Twitter on Tuesday morning that he is re-opening his recruitment.

    That leaves Tennessee back in the market for a running back in the 2018 class as the Vols look to bolster depth behind John Kelly, Carlin Fils-aime and a trio of incoming freshmen. The Vols are in the running for several backs in the 2018 class, including Master Teague (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), Tae Provens (Gurley, Ala.) and Fabian Franklin (Hattiesburg, Miss.).

    With Kelly being the only proven commodity on the roster right now, the Vols will likely take at least a pair of backs in this class, which is currently ranked 13th nationally and second in the SEC, according to 247Sports.