Choosing Tennessee’s top quarterback was a no-brainer. Peyton Manning hasn’t played for the Vols in two decades and he still holds numerous passing records for the Vols. Manning finished his Tennessee career with 11,201 yards, 89 touchdowns, and a 39-6 record as the Vols’ starting quarterback. Manning still holds almost every passing record in Vol history, and he went on to be one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks too. No other Tennessee QB compares to Manning.
I would have included Bob Suffridge at OL, Dewey Warren at QB, Jack Reynolds/Jackie Walker at LB and Curt Watson at RB but that’s just me.