''Haralson was everywhere,'' Fulmer said. ''He doesn't know a whole lot about what he's doing, except making plays. He's one of those guys we probably don't need to overcoach too much. He's just a really good player — instinctive, strong and fast. Once he learns what he's doing, I think he's going to be a really good player.''
''Cory Anderson made a lot of plays; he's just a natural football player. As he learns and gets better, I think he'll be able to help our team. He's very athletic.
''Mapu and Hall have a chance to be in the mix (at end). Whether they would get enough reps to not redshirt them is what we've got to find out the next few days. I think one or both of those guys will play.''
Highlights of Friday's morning workout were: the return of tailback Cedric Houston from a groin pull and linebacker Kevin Burnett from a sore knee ... O.J. Owens intercepting Casey Clausen on an underthrown post route ... Tony Brown laying out to make a nice catch on a crossing route ... C.J. Leak hitting Houston on a deep ball over Keyon Whiteside ... Mark Jones making a nice break on the ball to intercept an intermediate throw by Leak.
''You forget with that shoulder (injury) last year, how limited it made him,'' Fulmer said. ''He looked like a new guy.''
The Vols hold their first full-scale scrimmage of the preseason on Saturday.