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Tennessee Football early enrollees; Todd Helton; Basketball Vols; NIL and tampering

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Jimmy Hyams joins Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker to discuss Tennessee Football early enrollees, the basketball Vols and Danny White. Tampering by one Big Ten school and major NIL spending by another also generated news, and a former Vol reaching the Hall of Fame also warranted coverage.

Best early enrollees for Tennessee Football

Early enrollees in the 2024 Tennessee Football recruiting class began their semester this week. Which player in that group stands to benefit the most from committing early and taking part in spring ball? Could that propel any of them to a starting job by the time the season kicks off in 2024?

Can Basketball Vols reach Final Four?

Rick Barnes has lost to a lower seed in the NCAA Tournament every year he has taken Tennessee Basketball to the Big Dance, and the Vols have still yet to reach a Final Four in school history. Could this be the first team that makes it to that weekend? If so, why is that the case?

Is Danny White too sensitive?

UT Athletic Director Danny White responded to a troll on Twitter recently about why the student section at the basketball arena moved. However, is White too sensitive? Should he be wasting his time responding to people at all, or is this just a part of his personality? Could it help the Vols?

Ohio State opens NIL checkbook

Reportedly, the Ohio State Buckeyes have spent $10 million in name, image and likeness money alone this offseason to lure high-profile transfers to the program and keep certain players they have. Does this mean it’s win a national championship or get fired for Ryan Day?

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Did Iowa tamper to get Alabama OL

Former Crimson Tide offensive lineman Kadyn Proctor transferred to the Hawkeyes over the weekend shortly after entering the portal, and he acknowledged in an interview that Iowa was in contact with him during the season. Is that tampering? Should the program be under investigation for it?

Former Tennessee Football QB makes MLB HoF

Todd Helton, who played quarterback for Tennessee Football with Peyton Manning and Heath Shuler in 1993 and 1994, was just voted into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. He played 17 years with the Colorado Rockies and also helped lead the Vols to the College World Series.

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