To have a successful offense you must have a solid foundation up front.
No one knows this any better than Tennessee new Head Coach Lane Kiffin. The former NFL Head Coach and former offensive coordinator at Southern California has had a lot of success offensively at the college level.
One need position for the Vols 2010 recruiting class is the offensive line.
One junior college prospect that currently has an offer from Tennessee is East Central Mississippi Community College lineman Chuckie Curry.
InsideSideTennessee.com caught up with Curry Friday afternoon to get his thoughts about the Volunteer Football program.
"Right now they are my early favorite," Curry said. "I have seen the campus, it's incredible."
The 6-foot-6, 310-pound lineman grew up in Newton Mississippi and currently has offers from Tennessee, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Iowa State, Arizona State, Florida and Alabama according to the Mississippi native.
"I really like the new coaching staff at Tennessee," Curry said. "Coach Frank Wilson is recruiting me; it's a great school with a great tradition. The new coaching staff plans on turning the program back into a winner."
According to Curry he is on track to graduate in December and will most likely make a decision sometime in the middle of the fall season.
"I like Tennessee a lot," Curry said. "Their stadium is incredible, I can't imagine playing in front of over 100, 000 fans."
InsideTennessee.com will continue to follow Curry this fall and keep you up to date on his recruitment.