Trevon Flowers

Photo by Trey Wallace Tennessee’s pass defense was abysmal in 2020. The Vols gave up 265 yards through the air per game —good for...

We get you ready for the start of Tennessee's spring practices with our position preview series. First up is a look at the defensive backs!

One of Tennessee's starting safeties is the highest-graded safety in the SEC at this point in the season.

Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt provided a couple updates about two injured Vol defensive backs ahead of their match-up with Missouri.

Jeremy Pruitt said on Monday that one injured Vol will be a "game-time decision" for Saturday's game, and another Vol will begin practiceing this week.

Jeremy Pruitt gave updates on two injured Vols prior to Saturday's game against South Carolina, and one is questionable while another isn't ready yet.

One of the Vols' key pieces on defense, freshman safety Trevon Flowers, will be out a few weeks after breaking his collarbone in practice last week.

The Vols picked up their first signature of National Signing Day when three-star safety Trevon Flowers chose Tennessee over Clemson.