Monthly Archives: January 2019

Four-star cornerback Darion Green-Warren may be committed to Oklahoma, but that isn't stopping the Vols from pursuing him in the 2020 class.

Four-star safety Lathan Ransom picked up an offer from the Vols recently, and he was "excited" to add another SEC offer to his list.

One of the top defensive backs in the state of Tennessee, De'Arre McDonald, came in town on Sunday to pay a visit to the Vols.

The Lady Vols finally ended their prolonged losing streak by defeating LSU in front of a home crowd on Sunday afternoon.

Dywan Griffin, a wide receiver from New Orleans, Louisiana, included the Vols in his list of four finalists heading into National Signing Day.

The Vols had a whole host of players from the 2020 and 2021 classes visiting campus over the weekend, and many enjoyd their visits.

The No. 1 Vols started out sluggish but found their rhythm and took care of business against West Virginia in front of a sold out home crowd.

Rick Barnes wants to see the Vols get more consistent on the defensive end this season, and it starts with Saturday's contest against West Virginia.

Jerry Meyer, the Director of Basketball Scouting for 247Sports, thinks Jordan Bone is the best NBA prospect on Tennessee's current roster.

Tennessee has extended an offer to four-star running back Blake Corum out of Maryland in the 2020 recruiting cycle.