Tennessee’s football team entered the spring with a lot of questions, and they still have several as we enter the offseason. But there were also some interesting answers that UT found during spring practices, and some of those came in the form of some breakout players.
Vol fans had several players they were focusing on heading into spring practices, but there were a handful of Vols who exceeded expectations this spring and look in line for key roles heading into the fall. These players came in with little to no expectations from fans and media, but they surprised and put together a breakout spring.
Let’s take a look at the five biggest breakout players from Tennessee’s spring practices and Orange & White Game this year.
Before we begin, here are some honorable mentions who had solid springs but didn’t quite impress enough to make it into the top five: Tight end Jackson Lowe, safety Brandon Davis, cornerback Warren Burrell, and punter Paxton Brooks.
Now, here are the Vols’ five biggest breakout players from the spring.