Tennessee's crowded recruiting class still growing

Is 30 the magic number for UT in 2014?

GoPro image shows Neyland Stadium. 
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GoPro image shows Neyland Stadium. (Adam Brimer/News Sentinel)

One year ago today, Tennessee was thrashed by Vanderbilt in Nashville, cementing a third consecutive losing season and a second without a bowl trip.

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Dickattrade writes:

This does answer several of my recruiting questions. Thank you for the article.

johnlg00 writes:

in response to Dickattrade:

This does answer several of my recruiting questions. Thank you for the article.

I agree. Evan does a great job of demystifying a complex process for those of us who are not arm-chair recruiting experts. The most important part of this is that CBJ and staff seem to understand it and are poised to draw the maximum benefits from it.

murrayvol writes:

Good piece. Now I don't have to sift through all the message board chaff for awhile.

wwaltwilliams#326927 writes:

Evan -- Is it possible for UT to offer some of our additional recruits other types of scholarships, e.g., track & field, academic, etc.?

As I recall, Bear Bryant used to do this years ago. Not sure if it is permissible under the new NCAA rules. What's your take?

Walt Williams

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