Commits give thoughts on UT-GA

Several of the Tennessee football commitments took a second to send their score prediction to Sign in or subscribe now to see what the prospects had to say.

JACKSBORO — Ever seen that older, single uncle that takes playing backyard football with the nieces and nephews a little too seriously at family reunions?

Get a mental image of that and it's close to being an accurate assessment of how Cody Blanc played Friday night.

Recruited as a safety, the Tennessee commitment was electric every time he touched the ball, scorching host Campbell County for 130 rushing yards on six carries with three touchdowns (56, 3, 47). The Knoxville Central senior also caught two screens for 48 yards, including another TD (25).

"Ultimately, he's a special player and that's what we tell our offensive line is just hold their blocks on the front side and back side and 36 will take it to the house," Central coach Joe Hassell said. "They're doing a better job of understanding a play is never dead with him. If they'll just hold what they got, he'll make plays for us."

After the 34-7 Central victory over their District 3-AAA opponent, Blanc gave his thoughts to InsideTennessee about his future Vols' matchup with Southeastern Conference rival Georgia.

"It'll be close," Blanc said. "It's not like Georgia's just going to come up here and put a whooping' on us. If Bray throws for 300 again, it's game over. If Arnett starts up up a little bit … they'll win."

Here's a look at the scores the commitments sent over:

Cody Blanc — Tennessee 28, Georgia 24

Drae Bowles — Tennessee 24, Georgia 17

George Bullock — Tennessee 24, Georgia 21

Jason Croom — Tennessee 28, Georgia 14

Khalid Henderson — Tennessee 27, Georgia 20

Alden Hill — Tennessee 24, Georgia 21

LaTroy Lewis — Tennessee 34, Georgia 27

Nathan Peterman — Tennessee 34, Georgia 28

Otha Peters — Tennessee 35, Georgia 21

Austin Sanders — Tennessee 21, Georgia 17

Dalton Santos — Tennessee 38, Georgia 24

The InsideTennessee staff's picks went up on the site Friday. The staff is split down the middle with publisher Josh Woodward calling for the Volunteers to get what he has firmly dubbed a "signature win." Here's a look at the scores from us:

Randy Moore — Tennessee 27, Georgia 20

Danny Parker — Georgia 30, Tennessee 24

Chris Price — Georgia 38, Tennessee 20

Josh Woodward — Tennessee 28, Georgia 21

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