The 2022-23 academic calendar ended last Friday, and Tennessee Football added a new commitment. Caleb Calhoun discusses that while also recapping the Vols’ recruiting for June in Off The Hook Sports’ Monday, July 3 podcast. A ranking of UT’s Qb room and their CFP chances also generated coverage. Also, is Josh Heupel like another former SEC coach?
Braylon Staley commits to Tennessee Football
Elite 2024 South Carolina wide receiver Braylon Staley committed to Tennessee Football Friday afternoon. As Caleb Jarreau writes here, Staley stands at 6’0″ 180 pounds. The product of Aiken High School in Aiken, S.C., chose UT over the North Carolina Tar Heels, Miami Hurricanes and Clemson Tigers. How big of a pickup is Staley for the Vols?
How well did Tennessee Football recruit in June?
June was deemed to be a make-or-break month for Josh Heupel on the recruiting trail, the most important month of his coaching career. Heupel did add four commitments, all four-stars, and he addressed a couple of needs with them, but he did suffer a decommitment too. Taking all this into account, how was June for him in recruiting? Will July be as crucial for him?
PFF ranks Tennessee Football QB room top 10
A recent article by Pro Football Focus ranked the Tennessee Football quarterback unit with Joe Milton III and Nico Iamaleava No. 7 in the nation. Typically these are extremely subjective, but given how analytical PFF is with its grades, this is pretty impressive given the fact that UT doesn’t have Hendon Hooker returning. What does it say about Milton specifically?
ON3 list of potential first-time CFP teams in 2023 excludes Vols
Despite almost making the College Football playoff in 2022, ON3 left Tennessee Football off its list of the most likely teams to reach their first CFB Playoff in 2023. The USC Trojans, Texas Longhorns, Penn State Nittany Lions, Utah Utes and Kansas State Wildcats were all on the list over the Vols. Which of those schools should UT be ahead of?