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A Look at the Vols’ 2019 Stat Leaders So Far


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Jarrett Guarantano: 105-of-169 (62.1%), 1,402 yards, 13 TD, 5 INT, 8.3 Y/A
Brian Maurer:
34-of-71 (47.9%), 524 yards, 2 TD, 5 INT, 7.4 Y/A
JT Shrout: 13-of-27 (48.1%), 179 yards, TD, 6.6 Y/A 
Jauan Jennings:

Though he hasn’t started since Tennessee’s road contest with Florida back in late September, Jarrett Guarantano is the Vols’ leading passer and has appeared in all 10 games for Tennessee. Guarantano has come off the bench either in the first half or early in the second half of the Vols’ last five games.

Jauan Jennings has officially attempted one pass as a quarterback. He attempted and completed another in the South Carolina game, but it was called back due to penalty.

All four quarterbacks who have recorded stats for Tennessee this season have been credited with at least one start.

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Ty Chandler: 118 carries, 597 yards, 3 TD, 5.1 YPC
Tim Jordan: 77 carries, 310 yards, TD, 4.0 YPC
Eric Gray: 60 carries, 202 yards, 3.4 YPC
Brian Maurer: 22 carries, 48 yards, 2 TD, 2.2 YPC
Jauan Jennings: 9 carries, 45 yards, TD, 5.0 YPC
Jarrett Guarantano: 38 carries, 31 yards, 0.2 YPC

Despite his production taking a hit in recent weeks, Ty Chandler still leads Tennessee’s rushing attack. His 597 yards are 12th-most in the SEC, trailing starting running backs of nine other SEC schools (Ole Miss quarterback John Rhys Plumlee and Kentucky wide receiver/quarterback Lynn Bowden Jr. are non-running backs ahead of Chandler).

Chandler, Tim Jordan, and Eric Gray have combined to run for 1,109 yards and four touchdowns on 255 carries. Quarterback Brian Maurer and wide receiver Jauan Jennings have both scored rushing touchdowns this season as well.

A handful of other Vols, such as walk-on Fred Orr, linebacker Quavaris Crouch, and a few receivers, also have logged carries this season.


Jauan Jennings: 50 catches, 771 yards, 7 TD, 15.4 Avg.
Marquez Callaway: 22 catches, 487 yards, 5 TD, 22.1 Avg.
Josh Palmer: 22 catches, 265 yards, TD, 12.1 Avg.
Dominick Wood-Anderson: 14 catches, 197 yards, 14.1 Avg.
Eric Gray: 10 catches, 73 yards, TD, 7.3 Avg.
Ty Chandler: 9 catches, 27 yards, 3.0 Avg.
Tyler Byrd: 4 catches, 61 yards, TD, 15.3 Avg.
Cedric Tillman: 4 catches, 60 yards, TD, 15.0 Avg.
Tim Jordan: 
4 catches, 25 yards, 6.3 Avg.
Austin Pope: 4 catches, 21 yards, 5.3 Avg.

Jauan Jennings leads Tennessee in almost every major statistical category as a receiver. He’s fifth in the SEC in receiving yards, tied for sixth in catches, and seventh in touchdown catches. Marquez Callaway leads the SEC in yards per catch, and his five touchdowns are tied for 12th in the conference.

Tight end Dominick Wood-Anderson has a career-high in receiving yards and is four catches away from a new career-high as well. He’s yet to catch a touchdown pass this season, though.

Tennessee’s scholarship running backs have combined to catch 23 passes for 125 yards, with freshman Eric Gray hauling in the only touchdown among the group.

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