First three are signed

Two in-state prospects and a burly offensive tackle from South Carolina were the first three prospects to return signed scholarship papers to Tennessee this morning.

Here's a look at each of the three, compiled by our own Jeffery Stewart:

Zach Rogers, 6-1, 170, 4.48, David Lipscomb High in Nashville, is the younger brother of UT senior receiver Austin Rogers, and is also a receiver who is ranked No. 56 nationally. Rogers amassed 688 yards and eight TDs in 29 catches, and rushed the ball 44 times for 460 yards and five TDs in 2007. On defense, he intercepted seven passes from his safety post. He was offered by Alabama, Auburn, Oklahoma State, Stanford and Texas Tech among others.

JerQuari Schofield, 6-6, 298, South Aiken (S.C.) High School, is an imposing specimen who is ranked No. 31 among offensive tackle prospects. He originally committed to Tennessee in June of last year, but the Vols had to hold off a late charge by in-state schools South Carolina and Clemson to earn this behemoth's autograph.

Kevin Revis, 6-4, 270, 5.3, Rhea County High School in Evansville, Tenn., is ranked the nation's No. 38 offensive guard but could play center. Explosive off the line and aggressive at the point of attack, Revis earned a reputation as a hard-nosed player and has been active in supporting the Vols recruiting efforts.

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