Big, strong tight ends are important in Lane Kiffin's new Tennessee's offense.
Finding the right guys to play the position can some times be challenging, finding the right combination of being physical and possessing great hands to catch the football with.
Georgia's Brian Vogler currently has over 30 official offers from some of the top football programs in the country.
One school Vogler is still interested in learning more about is the University of Tennessee.
"I went to their junior day," Vogler said. "I thought the campus was pretty nice. I got a pretty good tour of everything."
Vogler also got to see first hand how excited the new coaching staff is about being at Tennessee.
"I was there when all the coaches ripped off their shirts," Vogler laughed. "It definitely showed how much they love the school and how excited they about being there. It's hard to judge first impression on that, but their enthusiasm was off the charts."
Vogler, a 6-foot-8, 245-pound athlete, who runs a 4.7 forty, is excited about how recruiting has gone so far.
"To get this many offers is very humbling," Vogler said. "I'm trying to stay open to everyone at this point, until I get some time to narrow things down some. I'm hoping that I will narrow things down soon."
Does the University of Tennessee have a good chance of making the cut?
"Yes they do," Vogler said. "I like their offense and their coaching staff."
Vogler has impressed several recruiting experts.
"Enormous TE with even more upside, Vogler is the next great TE from the state (GA). Has very good and soft hands. Concentrates well and can take a hit. Is a solid blocker, both at the LOS and down-field," said Scout.com Southeast Recruiting Analyst Burke Hayes.
Scout.com will keep you up to date on Vogler's recruitment.