Tennessee's offensive line is a vital part of the team getting over the hump and showing continued improvement. See for yourself how the Volunteers look.
For the first time in the Butch Jones era, Tennessee's offensive front has a two-deep of scholarship players.
In 2014, the Vols blockers surrendered 43 sacks, which is a number Jones & Co. want to see cut in half.
Left tackle Kyler Kerbyson, left guard Marcus Jackson, center Mack Crowder, right guard Jashon Robertson and right tackle Brett Kendrick comprise what has been the first-team offensive line.
Running with the second-team group, from left to right, have been tackle Dontavius Blair, guard Marcus Jackson, center Coleman Thomas, guard Jack Jones and tackle Drew Richmond.
The group received an infusion of talent with the additions of Jones, Richmond, Venzell Boulware and Zach Stewart from the 2015 signing class that ranked No. 5 in the nation with Scout.
Take a high-definition look at Tennessee's O-line by clicking on the InsideTennessee video below:
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