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UTVol2001 last won the day on February 28

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  1. Running back Chase Hayden, the son of former Vol standout Aaron Hayden, has scheduled an official visit to Tennessee according to his father via Woody Wommack of Rivals.com. Chase announced his intent to transfer from Arkansas earlier this year and has two years of eligibility remaining. Hayden is also a grad transfer, so he can play immediately wherever he transfers to. Hayden will visit Tennessee on April 4th. He also has official visits set up for Houston (March 20th) and Indiana (March 27th). Coming out of high school, the 5-foot-10, 205-pound back was a four-star prospect and one of the top recruits in the state of Tennessee. Hayden won both the Mr. Football and Mr. Basketball awards as a senior at St. George’s Independent School in Collierville, TN. Hayden committed to Arkansas under then-head coach Bret Bielema and signed with the Hogs. In his first year with the Razorbacks, Hayden ran for 326 yards and four touchdowns on 61 carries, averaging 5.3 yards per rush. But a season-ending injury cut his freshman campaign short, and he missed the second half of the 2017 season. In his second year, Hayden bounced back from his injury and still managed to be productive as the Hogs’ third running back, totaling 251 rushing yards and a touchdown on 57 attempts while catching 11 passes for 61 yards in new head coach Chad Morris’ offense. Hayden only appeared in four games in 2019, carrying the ball 12 times for 39 yards and catching four passes for 12 yards. That allowed Hayden to get a redshirt and save a year of eligibility, which gives him two years to play wherever he transfers. According to Mike Farrell, the National Recruiting Director for Rivals, Hayden can be a “very solid contributor” at a Power Five program over the next two years. “Hayden is an attractive running back on the transfer market because he can catch the ball out of the backfield and can make opponents miss in space,” Farrell says. “Out of high school we liked his feet and burst which is why he was a Rivals250 prospect but he also had solid size for an all-purpose back. He showed flashes at Arkansas of his ability and he can be a very solid contributor for a Power Five program.” Farrell gives Hayden an “impact rating” of 6.6 out of 10. According to Rivals’ impact meter, a prospect in the 6.1-9.0 range is a “high impact player who won’t change a program but will certainly be a very good contributor and starter.” Hayden is on the lower end of that rating, but Farrell believes the veteran back still has plenty left to give to another school. BOY I HOPE HE COMES AND TURNS OUT LIKE THIS GUY! I will never forget the screen pass called by Fulmer that he ran for a TD against Notre Dame. Was classic
  2. Thats pretty cool. I might have to check that out next time through
  3. If the Vols aint careful they might not even NIT bound
  4. I am an independent but and there is assclowns on both sides. But the butthurt and petty childish behavior I have been seeing from the AOC squad and this bitch of a woman is beyond hyperbole. This is enough. I am sick of what politics has become. It is even worse than we all thought.
  5. UTVol2001

    What are you expecting tomorrow

    Hoping for some big surprises. I would like Evans to land with Tennessee. Not sure that will happen. Many have said he is more problems than he is worth with all the drama around his recruitment. If anyone can real that in and stop that crap it is Jeremy Pruitt. If Evans does sign he better know what is he is getting with Pruitt as coach.
  6. I agree. I think they end up a 6 or 7 seed. Maybe get to the 16... but that is as far as I see them getting
  7. Terrific Hire. I am so glad to see Jay back in the fold. He always liked Fulmer so I can see why he came back. They had a good relationship. I think he will buy into Pruitt's type of coaching.
  8. UTVol2001

    Vols fall to miss State

    Looking ahead they might be lucky to even get to the NIT. Tough stretch coming up
  9. Would have loved to beat Bama with that guy there but I get it. I mean I feel the same way about him than I feel about Trey Smith. You cannot risk it when an injury could ruin your chances in the NFL. Better to get going now.
  10. UTVol2001

    Down 13 with 5 minutes to go

    Impressive come back but wow I think JG needs to move on.
  11. Two former Tennessee football Volunteers, Peyton Manning and Reggie White, were the Vols legends honored by ESPN as all-time All-Americans. This isn’t a shock to anybody. Tennessee football has produced numerous legends in NFL and college football history, and the two most recognizable ones on both fronts earned more honors on Thursday. ESPN named Peyton Manning and Reggie White to its All-Time All-American team in honor of the 150-year anniversary of college football. The roster went two-deep at every position, and there was room for both. Honoring these guys has become a thing in recent months. They also were named to USA TODAY’s list of top 10 players in honor of the NFL’s 100-year anniversary back in October, making Tennessee football the only school to have two players in the top 10. White, who had 293 career tackles and 32 career sacks in college, was named as a first-team defensive end. He actually played defensive tackle for most of his time in college, but given the personnel on the teams, it made sense to line him up at end, where he spent his NFL career. Manning, meanwhile, was named a second-team All-American behind quarterback Roger Staubach. The Heisman Trophy runner-up in 1997 went 39-6 as a starter, threw for over 11,000 yards and nearly 90 touchdowns while winning an SEC Championship in 1997. One worthy thing to bring up is the fact that ESPN, which was blamed for Manning losing the Heisman in 1997, deserves credit for not using the stupid wins, never beat Florida or national championship argument. They solely focused on the individual performances of the athletes, and when you do that, it’s clear that Manning belongs on the list. In fact, naming Manning and Staubach both on the list shows that ESPN was willing to go beyond the cliche argument of wins and rings when it comes to quarterbacks. Anybody who saw Manning play in college knew how elite he was.