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Tennessee Running Back Enters Transfer Portal After Three-Year Career

The Tennessee Volunteers have now lost their third running back to the transfer portal since the South Alabama game. Tennessee running back Fred Orr is officially in the transfer portal, according to Matt Ray of Sports Illustrated and other reports on Wednesday.

Before the Vols took on Vanderbilt in the regular-season finale, Tennessee running back Tiyon Evans entered the portal. Then, last Thursday, Tennessee running back Dee Beckwith also entered his name into the transfer portal.

Orr, a three-year running back with Tennessee, finishes his career in Knoxville with seven attempts and 32 yards in 11 games played. Although, with the surplus of running backs in Tennessee’s 2021 room, Orr did not see any game action this past season. The majority of Orr’s time on the field during the 2020 season came in the role of a special teams contributor.

The Clarksville, TN native was a walk-on to Tennessee’s team in the class of 2019. Orr chose to walk on at Tennessee even despite receiving offers from Army, Air Force, and Howard.

During his freshman season, Orr was named to the First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll.

In the last week, the Vols have seen quite a few players enter the transfer portal. In addition to Fred Orr, offensive lineman K’Rojhn Calbert, wide receiver Andison Coby, and running back Dee Beckwith are all in the portal. Defensive lineman Tyler Baron also entered the portal last Thursday afternoon, but later removed his name the next day.

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