Arkansas State Utah State frequent visitors Tennessee's season opener defensive tackle Alabama Nashville North Carolina
govols247.com's Ryan Callahan gives WBIR his weekly Vols Recruiting Roundup
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00:00 There's a big visit weekend for Tennessee for a season
00:02 opener Sunday night against Utah State with the number of its
00:05 top targets in -- fifteen class in town for the game
00:07 starting with five star defensive tackle -- titles like its North
00:10 Carolina. You don't want Tennessee's top targets for months. We --
00:14 got him back on campus again for the first time since
00:16 June. And he's still appears to be a team to beat
00:18 there -- But North Carolina and NC state also still in
00:21 the picture he's announcing his decision on September 26. Also defensive
00:25 end Kyle Phillips at Nashville. Four start prospect when the State's
00:28 top players and it's only fifteen class. Back in town again
00:31 he's been a frequent visitors Tennessee's campus over the past several
00:33 months. He was back in the game and obviously Tennessee is
00:36 still strong contender for hand you know announced a top five
00:39 last month. They included the balls LSU Alabama and Ole miss
00:42 also strong contenders for Phillips. Looks like -- be a quiet
00:45 -- we can for Tennessee's for Saturday's game against Arkansas State
00:49 mostly commitments and local prospects coming in for that one. I'm
00:52 Ryan Callahan with -- go -- point 47 recruiting roundup.
KNOXVILLE (govols247.com) -- Don Mahoney knew he was going to need more than five offensive linemen to get through the 2014 season.
Tennessee's O-line coach just didn't think he'd necessarily need a new starter going into the second game.
But that's the situation the Vols have to deal with after fifth-year senior left tackle Jacob Gilliam went down with a season-ending ACL tear, so Mahoney said that's the situation that must be managed. And now.