Defensive coordinator John Chavis entered spring practice hoping to bolster Tennessee's end corps without depleting the defensive tackle ranks. It appears he found a way to accomplish both objectives.
Tennessee hasn't cornered the market for defensive linemen named Henderson, but it has to be among the NCAA leaders.
We recently gave Inside Tennessee readers a chance to ask questions of U.S. Army All-American defensive end Raymond Henderson, who signed with the Vols in February.
Scout.com is proud to present our first and second All-American teams led by quarterback Mark Sanchez, running back Antone Smith and defensive tackle Demarcus Granger.
February 1, 2005
It says a lot about the caliber of Fulmer & Co.'s current recruiting class that on the same day they lose the commitment of a former five-star linebacker, the Vols remain No. 1 in Scout.com's team rankings.
January 24, 2005
Raymond Henderson's announcement finished off his plans to become a Volunteer today during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, but he has been a Vol since December.
January 15, 2005