Monthly Archives: July 2018

Dynamic four-star athlete and current Georgia commit Trezmen Marshall is still interested in the Vols and really likes UT's coaching staff.

The Vols had a huge recruiting weekend with a big cookout on Saturday, and several Vol targets and commits were talking about it.

For the second straight day, the Vols land a commitent in the 2019 class from a cornerback. This time it was from four-star Tyus Fields.

Our fall camp position preview series continues as we look at one of the most talked about units on the Vols' whole roster: The offensive line.

Robert Neyland Jr., the son of legendary UT football coach General Neyland, is "convinced" Jeremy Pruitt was the right hire for the Vols.

Former Vol football players A.J. Johnson and Michael Williams were acquitted on rape charges after a lengthy trial on Friday afternoon.

The Vols extended an offer to elite, four-star guard Matthew Murrell from Memphis in the 2020 class.

According to Athlon Sports, Tennesse sophomore running back Ty Chandler is one of the top candidates at running back in the FBS to have a breakout season.

Warren Burrell, one of the Vols' top targets at cornerback in the 2019 recruiting class, committeed to Tennessee on Friday.

Top-60 overall player and four-star defensive end Khris Bogle gave the Vols a great surprise when he announced he's visiting Knoxville this weekend.