Road Trip: Hughes' Walker, Westlake's Warrior

Get inside the recruitment of Scout four-star prospects from the Atlanta area by checking out the latest edition of Road Trip below as InsideTennessee staff members hit the highway for the sixth straight weekend.

ATLANTA — If the opponent cannot score, it cannot win.

To build a steel curtain of a defense, Tennessee coach Butch Jones and his staff are grinding on the recruiting trail in search of unteachable tools and elite athleticism.

After adding Scout four-star defensive tackle Shy Tuttle and four-star defense end Darrell Taylor to the commitment list for the 2015 class on Friday, the Volunteers got a major boost for their future.

Jones & Co. won't stop there and InsideTennessee saw two more top targets Friday evening in Langston Hughes senior and four-star D'Andre Walker as well as Westlake junior defensive back Nigel Warrior.

Although Walker lists by Scout as the No. 10 outside linebacker in the nation, the 6-foot-2, 210-pounder has gone on record saying he wants to play defensive end.

Warrior ranks in as the country's No. 11 safety but some close to the Atlanta native and son of former Tennessee All-America Dale Carter think Warrior could slide out and play cornerback.

Learn more about these prospects and their recruitment by clicking play on the latest Road Trip from InsideTennessee below:

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