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Which Tennessee Football Players Have Agreed To Be In College Football 2025

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Tennessee Vols’ Football Stadium. Photo via Tennessee Athletics

At long last, a college football video game is returning this summer with EA Sports releasing College Football 2025 this summer.

It’s the first rendition of EA Sports wildly popular game since NCAA Football 2014. In the previous rendition of the game, the players didn’t have real names but the numbers and skillsets of the players they represented. But with the new NIL era, real players will be in this game.

EA Sports is offering $600 and a free copy of the game to football players at the 134 FBS schools that will be represented in the game for the ability to use their name, image and likeness in the new video game.

Tennessee receiver Bru McCoy was the first Volunteer player to announce that he’s agreed to be in the game, doing so on Instagram on Thursday evening.

In this article we’ll keep a running tally of which players have agreed to EA’s deal and will be in the new video game.

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Tennessee Players That Have Agreed To Be In The Game

  • Receiver Bru McCoy
  • Receiver Chris Brazzell Jr.

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