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September 15, 2021 Morning Edition: Tennessee Football News Roundup

This is your Tennessee Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of September 15, 2021.


Tennessee Volunteers 2021 Recruiting Class

Name High School Position Height Weight Stars Rating Hometown
Aaron Willis Life Christian Academy OLB 5’11” 207.0 4 0.9398 Colonial Heights, VA
Aaron Willis Life Christian Academy ILB 5’11” 207.0 4 0.9393 Colonial Heights, VA
Kaemen Marley Eastern Randolph ATH 6’2″ 206.0 4 0.9337 Ramseur, NC
Kaidon Salter Cedar Hill DUAL 6’1″ 185.0 4 0.9335 Cedar Hill, TX
KaTron Evans St. Frances Academy DT 6’4″ 320.0 4 0.9212 Baltimore, MD
Julian Nixon Centennial WR 6’3″ 230.0 4 0.8964 Roswell, GA
Walker Merrill Brentwood WR 6’1″ 178.0 4 0.8925 Brentwood, TN
William Parker Pearl-Cohn OT 6’5″ 330.0 3 0.8851 Nashville, TN
De’Shawn Rucker Amos P. Godby S 5’11” 184.0 3 0.8851 Tallahassee, FL
Miles Campbell South Paulding TE 6’3″ 238.0 3 0.8843 Douglasville, GA
Trinity Bell Albertville ATH 6’7″ 260.0 3 0.8796 Albertville, AL
Christian Charles Chestatee ATH 6’1″ 185.0 3 0.8702 Gainesville, GA
Jaylen Wright Southern RB 5’11” 187.0 3 0.8680 Durham, NC
Amari McNeill Peachtree Ridge OT 6’4″ 280.0 3 0.8614 Suwanee, GA
Isaac Washington East Surry DT 6’3″ 267.0 3 0.8606 Pilot Mountain, NC




Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

“Mahelona was an All-American in 2004, and he and Haralson made an elite team those two years, with Haralson earning Second Team All-SEC in 2005. Joining Haralson and Mahelona on that defensive line were Jason Hall, who had seven sacks and 13 tackles for a loss that year, and Justin Harrell, the anchor in the middle who had eight tackles for a loss and two and a half sacks. Haralson was the leader of the group, though. To make this even sadder, though, he’s not the only captain from 2005 or starting defensive lineman from 2004 and 2005 to die.”

Above is the summary of: Tennessee football: Parys Haralson’s death the second among 2005 starting DL… tap or click to check out the full article.

““I didn’t get to visit Tennessee because they hadn’t offered me yet, but the plan is to definitely get out there next summer for sure,” Arnold said. “Coach Militello reached out to my coach and sent me his contact information so that I could give him a call,” Arnold said. I’ll have to link with Coach Halzlee and see if our schedule matches so that I can try to get to a game.” Although Arnold likely won’t be able to make it to Tennessee during the season, he’ll still be keeping a close eye on the Vols in Josh Heupel’s first year as head coach. “It was really awesome because I actually grew up in Georgia, so I grew up around my Dad’s family that is on the Tennessee border and are Vol fans,” Arnold told VolQuest.”

Above is the summary of: Offer for Texas 2023 QB Jackson Arnold meant a little bit extra… tap or click to check out the full article.

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