Tennessee defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri continues to surround himself with those he trusts to teach the game of football the way he wants it taught. Gentry is the latest addition, and his presence is already being talked about amongst Vol D-linemen.
Sentimore was one of the more heralded early enrollees Tennessee has had in recent signing classes but after showing up roughly 15 pounds out of shape, providing an immediate impact looked to be in jeopardy.
However, the Norco, La., product dedicated himself to getting in shape, has seen his weight get down to a much more respectable 288 pounds. With the help of Gentry, Sunseri and defensive line coach John Palermo, Sentimore has more pep in his step and is even helping teammates schematically.
The Gulf Coast (Miss.) Community College transfer spoke with reporters after Tuesday afternoon's workout. Have a listen:
Tyler Bray has been one of Tyler Bray's harshest critics thus far at Tennessee's preseason camp. The junior has clinched his fist in anger and cursed himself even when passes have been completed if he hasn't hit wide receivers in stride.
The Volunteers need the third-year signal-caller to step up his game in the huddle, in meeting rooms, in pre-snap making the right checks and much more. He jumped onto a freshman during Monday's practice for not hustling, which was a positive sign.
See what Bray had to say after Tuesday's session in the video below:
Junior right guard Zach Fulton has come a long way both mentally and physically since he stepped onto campus as a true freshman and it is paying dividends.
Fulton addresses the media with a smile Tuesday afternoon after being asked about Tennessee's progress in the running game since this spring. Watch as Fulton talks about his veteran role in the trenches for Tennessee: