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Tennessee Football fall camp storylines; looking back on Vols’ recruiting; Joe Milton III

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It’s the start of Advent for college football fans. Basically, the countdown to the opener begins this week with Tennessee Football and other schools beginning their preseason camps. Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker touch on that for Off the Hook Sports’ Monday, July 31 podcast along with recruiting news, Joe Milton III, former Vols at NFL training camps and UT offensive line history.

Fall camp questions for Tennessee Football

With preseason practices set to start this week for Tennessee Football to prepare for the 2023 campaign, the Vols enter camp with a lot of questions. What are the biggest storylines surrounding UT?Given their returning starters and the fact that their starting quarterback is known, are they more of a sure bet than we think?

Joe Milton III disrespected again

Analyst Mike Farrell recently left Tennessee Football quarterback Joe Milton III off his list of the top 25 quarterbacks in college football this year. Milton came in at No. 27? Is that excessive when it comes to disrespect, or does Milton’s lack of production warrant him being that low right now?

Looking back on 2021 Tennessee Football recruiting class

A recent article by 247Sports looking back on Josh Heupel’s first signing class with Tennessee Football reveals that just four members of that class are still in the program. Heupel only signed one of the players in that class, as he was only on the job for two weeks. What does this say about the job he has done since then?

Is Auburn recruiting a threat to the Vols?

Hugh Freeze and the Auburn Tigers have flipped two five-stars for their 2024 recruiting class in the past week, linebacker Demarcus Riddick from the Georgia Bulldogs and wide receiver Perry Thompson from the Alabama Crimson Tide. How much should this type of success worry the Vols long-term?

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Former Vols dominate at NFL training camp

We don’t know how good they’ll be in the NFL, but Darnell Wright and Jalin Hyatt continue to excel with their physical abilities. Wright, despite playing offensive line, accidentally went through the wide receiver conditioning program for the Chicago Bears this offseason and reportedly crushed it. Hyatt reportedly set a record in speed, clocking in 24 MPH.

Greatest offensive line seasons in Tennessee Football history

Offensive line has been a staple of Tennessee Football with Robert Neyland running the single-wing and Phillip Fulmer, a former lineman, spending 16 years as head coach. What are the 10 greatest single seasons by a Vols offensive lineman in history? Who had the best run blocking and pass blocking years?

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