InsideTennessee's staff was out in force on Rocky Top this weekend to continue its coverage of Vol spring football practice. Sign in to see this slideshow of the newest members of the Orange & White.
Being one of the best prospects NOT taken in the NFL Draft is a dubious distinction ... kind of like being one of the best employees NOT to survive the company's downsizing.
Almost everywhere he goes he's the biggest guy in the room. Still, he's the runt of the litter in terms of the SEC's elite offensive linemen.
Incredibly, Tennessee has not had an offensive lineman selected in Round 1 of the NFL Draft since 1991, when Charles McRae and Antone Davis were picks 7 and 8, respectively.
There were some heated moments in the trenches during Saturday's Orange & White Game but, in the end, a cooler head prevailed.
DALLAS – The Football Writers Association of America has released its 2008 Outland Trophy Watch List, which includes two offensive linemen from the Tennessee Vols.
NationalChamps.net includes three Tennessee players on its College Football Preview list of preseason All-Americas.
Tennessee's Anthony Parker, a second-team All-America last year and a big reason the Vols led the SEC and nation with only four sacks allowed, has been included on the 2008 preliminary watch list for the Rotary Lombardi Award.