Exclusive video: Future Vol talks

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The quarterback position is among the most important in all of sports. The Tennessee coaches understand that and plan to sign at least one signal-caller to develop in their system each recruiting class.

The QB firmly committed to the Volunteers for the Class of 2012 is Nathan Peterman of Bartram Trail (Fla.) High School. He plans to enroll in January to get an extra 15 spring practices under his belt.

The 6-foot-2, 205-pounder, who has joined his parents Chuck and Dana Peterman to do a recruiting diary of his senior season with InsideTennessee, chose UT over Cincinnati, Wake Forest and Vanderbilt in late July and hasn't wavered.

With Vol starting quarterback Tyler Bray on the shelf with a broken thumb, coach Derek Dooley started freshman Justin Worley and brought in senior Matt Simms late in the 14-3 loss to South Carolina on Saturday night.

Peterman gives his thoughts on the game, the atmosphere at Neyland Stadium, his team's potential to win a state championship and much more in the exclusive video below.

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