Dooley picks up two pledges Sunday

With less than three days left to National Signing Day, Derek Dooley and his Vol coaching staff is making a hard push Sunday, picking up two commitments. Go "Inside" to learn more about the newest two Volunteers. Stay tuned to InsideTennessee.com for more possible breaking news Sunday afternoon.

With less than three days left to National Signing Day, Derek Dooley and his Vol coaching staff is making a hard push Sunday, picking up two commitments.

InsideTennessee.com confirmed with three-star defensive back Dave Clark and two-star safety Dontavis Sapp that both have made their pledge to Tennessee.

"I'm a Vol," Clark said. "I have a great visit, knowing Coach Joseph and Coach Dooley really helped."

Clark, a 6-foot-2, 185-pound corner, committed and signed with Kansas before the Jayhawks coaching change. He had numerous other offers.

Sapp, a former East Carolina commitment, said his choice was an easy one.

"The visit has been great," Sapp said. "This is the SEC; it doesn't get any better than this."

Sapp, a 6-foot-3, 205-pound athlete from Valdosta Georgia, is ranked as a two-star safety by Scout.com.


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