Tennessee was without a number of players during spring practices this year. Jeremy Pruitt’s first spring was short on depth and play-makers, but that looks to change when fall camp begins.
Not only will the Vols get injured players back in the fall like Trey Smith (assuming he’s cleared to go), Chance Hall, Darrin Kirkland Jr., Todd Kelly Jr., and others, but they’ll also be welcoming in nearly two dozen new players who weren’t on the roster in the spring. Grad transfers, junior college players, and more incoming freshmen will all be available this fall. Most of those players are already on campus for the summer, too.
Here’s a brief look at all the Vols’ newcomers after spring practice.