The Vols added their second commitment in one day when four-star safety Trey Dean out of Georgia committed to the Vols Wednesday night.
According to analytics from a contributor to CFB Matrix, the Vols are projected to finish 2017 with a 10-2 regular season record.
Marquez Callaway told reporters on Wednesday that the game is slowing down for him and that he understands the game “100 times better” than last year.
Tennessee picked up a commitment from Matthew Flint, a linebacker out of Alabama, for their 2018 class early Wednesday morning.
Junior running back John Kelly said the work he’s seen from the younger running backs has been “better than I expected” so far in camp.
Redshsirt sophomore defensive lineman Darrell Taylor likened the Vols to predators waiting in the grass to strike during a media availability on Tuesday.