Daniel Helm (2014 class) – Duke
2017 Season: 17 catches, 188 yards, 2 TDs
Helm was one of a trio of Vols who transferred on the same day shortly after the 2014 season ended. He wound up at Duke, and he had a productive first season with the Blue Devils. But he failed to capitalize on that last year and saw his production dip slightly across the board.
Neiko Creamer (2014 class) – Eastern Kentucky (now wide receiver)
2017 Season: 40 catches, 485 yards
One of the reasons Creamer, a Vol legacy, never worked out at Tennessee was because he was never given a consistent role or position on the team. He went from tight end to linebacker and back to tight end. He ended up transferring and went to Eastern Kentucky where he served as a big-bodied receiver for them in 2016 and this past season. He was very productive in 2017.