Scouting Report: Peach State future Vols

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Andrew Butcher is one of the cornerstones with Tennessee 's signing class for 2015.

As evidenced by his 13 sacks and 12 tackles for loss his junior season at Alpharetta (Ga.) High School, the defensive end gives the Volunteers a rush end in that class to put pressure on Southeastern Conference quarterbacks.

Elliot Berry and Evan Berry are the sons of former Vols team captain James Berry and young brother of former Tennessee great and Kansas City Chiefs All-Pro safety Eric Berry.

The twins helped carry Creekside (Ga.) High School to a GHSA state championship in December. While their athleticism is unquestioned, fans are curious which position each will play.

The future of Tennessee's offense got a huge boost with the pledging of Lovejoy (Ga.) High's Preston Williams back in September. Williams has a rare combination of ball skills, size and speed, which vaulted him to the top of the wideout rankings and placing him as a Scout five-star.

Kevin Mouhon opened up his recruitment on Thursday night but the Vols still have four other linebackers poised to replenish assistant coach Tommy Thigpen's meeting room.

A Scout four-star that has potential to be a difference maker early in his Tennessee career is Gavin Bryant. Scout national analyst Chad Simmons says Bryant has a "little more length, little more flexibility, little more upside" than the now former Vol commit from Norcross (Ga.) High School.

Learn more about each of these future Vols from Simmons' interview with InsideTennessee below:

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Danny Parker is currently the Managing Editor, Recruiting Analyst and Staff Photographer for InsideTennessee.com. He was previously the sports editor at Shelbyville Times-Gazette. He joined the Scout team July 2011.
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