Hancock, Walker most improved at Tennessee

Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low

Two players who've had big springs at Tennessee -- receiver Quintin Hancock and defensive end Chris Walker -- were named the Vols' most improved players entering Saturday's Orange and White spring game.

Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin said Walker has been the Vols' best defensive player this spring. All-America safety Eric Berry has been held out of contact while he recovers from shoulder surgery.

Hancock has shown some of the same playmaking ability he showcased prior to his first season at Tennessee in 2006 when he caught everything thrown to him during the preseason. He's sort of disappeared the last few seasons, though, but looks like he's going to be a big part of the rotation next fall as a senior.