Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Vols have sent out a scholarship offer to a speedy wide receiver in the 2019 class who is currently committed to Baylor.

The Vols are finalists for a four-star athlete in the 2019 class out of the Nashville area.

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Offensive lineman Trey Smith headlined the five Vols who made Athlon Sports' All-SEC teams for the 2018 preseason.

The RTI Podcast took a look at what Darrin Kirkland Jr.'s departure means for Tennessee's defense and why the 2015 recruiting class has been a disappointment.

The Vols' 2015 recruiting class was one of the highest-rated in recent memory, but it has failed to produce anywhere near the expected results.

Vol linebacker Darrin Kirkland Jr. announced on Twitter on Thursday evening that he plans to transfer from the Vols' football program.

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Tre Mann, a top-50 overall player and one of the top point guards in the 2019 class, included the Vols in his final three schools.

One of the top cornerbacks in the 2019 class listed the Vols as one of the teams standing out to him the most in his recruitment.

Vol legend Al Wilson spoke at the Big Orange Caravan stop in Atlanta, and he said he's "super excited" for how Jeremy Pruitt is trying to bring the Vols "back."