Each week, we take a look at how Tennessee’s outgoing transfers from the 2023 offseason fared in their new homes.
Let’s take a look at how the former Vols performed in Week 3 of the college football season.
*No stats available for offensive linemen RJ Perry (South Florida) and Will Parker (UAB)*
WR Jimmy Calloway –Louisville
Calloway was targeted but did not catch a pass in the Cardinals’ 21-14 win over Indiana.
TE Miles Campbell – NC Central
Campbell did not catch a pass in the Eagles’ 59-7 loss to UCLA.
WR Jimmy Holiday – Western Kentucky
Went catch-less for the first time this season in the Hilltoppers’ 63-10 blowout loss to Ohio State.
QB Tayven Jackson – Indiana
In his first game as the clear-cut starter, Jackson had a great second half, as the Hoosiers out-scored Louisville 14-0. Jackson and Indiana’s comeback bid fell short, but the former Vol had a nice day against the Cardinals.
Jackson completed 24 of 34 passes for 299 yards, 1 TD and 1 INT with a 60.2 QBR. Jackson also ran eight times for 11 yards.
WR Nigel Lanier – Grambling State
Lanier did not catch a pass in the Tigers’ 58-22 win over Florida Memorial.
DL Amari McNeill – Colorado
Had a career game in the Buffaloes’ 43-35 double overtime win over Colorado State, logging five tackles (four solo) and one sack.
WR Walker Merrill – Wake Forest
Merrill did not catch a pass in Wake Forest’s narrow win over Old Dominion.
DB Cameron Miller – Memphis
Did not record a stat in the Tigers’ 28-24 win over Navy.
LB Juwan Mitchell – Colorado
Had an incredible night against Colorado State, totaling 15 total tackles (13 solo) in the Buffs’ double overtime win.
DL Jordan Phillips – Maryland
Logged five total tackles in the Terps’ 42-14 win over Virginia.
DL Da’Jon Terry – Oklahoma
Terry finished with two tackles and half-a-tackle for loss in the Sooner’s blowout win over Tulsa.
RB Justin Williams-Thomas – Cal
Did not log a carry in Cal’s 31-17 win over Idaho.
RB Len’Neth Whitehead – Georgia
Did not record a statistic in the Bulldogs’ 24-14 win over South Carolina.