If U-T thinks I'm a little too short for a scholarship, so be it, it makes me just work that much harder," said Reveiz, a 5-foot-10, 225-pound All-state linebacker and Mr. Football finalist as a Farragut High School senior, a couple of days after agreeing to become a preferred walk-on at the University of Tennessee. "Every time I put on my pads I'm [upset]. I want to show everybody ... it's good for me, it's extra motivation.
"I really feel that I can play at the Division One level. I'm not saying that to be cocky, I'm not saying that to be over-confident."
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