Breaking news Wednesday morning kicked off the show for Tennessee Football, as the Vols picked up another commitment on the recruiting trail. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker discuss the get on Off The Hook Sports’ Wednesday, May 17 podcast along with the ACC implosion’s effect on UT, ON3’s SEC Power Rankings and Joe Milton III.
Emmanuel Okoye commits to Tennessee Football
International 2023 four-star athlete Emmanuel Okoye, out of London, England’s NFL Academy, has committed to Tennessee Football. Okoye stands at 6’5″ 230 pounds and will likely be an edge rusher for UT. What does luring him to Rocky Top say about what Josh Heupel and his staff are continuing to build?
Post-spring SEC Power Rankings has Tennessee football No. 4
ON3’s post-spring SEC Power Rankings are out, and Tennessee football is behind the Georgia Bulldogs, LSU Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide. How are the Vols behind Alabama, and do they have a case to be as high as No. 2 behind Georgia? Should they actually be lower entering Josh Heupel’s third year?
Joe Milton III named a Tier 3 QB
An article by David Hale of ESPN ranking all 133 FBS quarterback situations by tiers has Tennessee football quarterback Joe Milton III in tier 3. That is just outside the top 10 and basically notes that the system keeps the players afloat more than they belong there on their own merits. How fair or unfair is that to this point?
What ACC teams could be rivals with Tennessee Football?
With the news of the Florida State Seminoles, Miami Hurricanes, Clemson Tigers, North Carolina Tar Heels, N.C. State Wolfpack, Virginia Tech Hokies and Virginia Cavaliers trying to get out of the ACC and implosion imminent, as written about here, which team would be the most natural rivalry for the Vols? Could one of them become UT’s biggest rival in the future?