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2015 Schedule
9-4, 2nd in SEC - East

Vols will finally have draft breakthrough

After two years of being completely shutout at the NFL draft, don't expect it to happen again. Butch Jones' highly-recruited talent is finally draft-eligible. Teams with most 2017 draft talent (Insider)

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Will Barnett be a Colt?

With a mass defensive end exodus on its way for Indianapolis, the Colts will be looking for a pass-rusher in the draft. Derek Barnett could still be available where Indy is projected to be picking next season. Way-too early 2017 mock draft (Insider)

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SEC 2017 WR recruiting off to slow start (3:04)
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ESPN 300: Where the SEC stands

Though Alabama is off to a tremendous start, Georgia isn't far behind with eight commits, including six ranked in the ESPN 300.

Kirkland thinking like a coach

Using Schlabach's top 25, our college football writers chose a player from each team who they think could fill the role as head coach. Darrin Kirkland Jr. might only be a sophomore, but the young linebacker's football IQ has already captured the attention of new defensive coordinator Bob Shoop. Coach 'em up

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Vols' Hurd is an athletic freak (0:21)
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In the Film Room with Josh Dobbs (6:22)
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SEC Wired: Butch Jones (4:35)
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Vols starting bad streak

For the second straight year, Tennessee didn't have a player drafted. For a team that had a proud tradition of sending players to the NFL, it's a trend the Vols hope will not continue.

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Tennessee motivated by '25 points' (4:27)
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Catching up with Coach Jones (6:16)

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Georgia defensive end Robert Beal is the No. 5 player in country. Georgia and Alabama are in good shape with many believing the Dawgs lead, but Tennessee, Florida State, North Carolina and others still are on his list.

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The SEC has 34 ESPN 300 commitments in the initial release: Alabama 7, Georgia 6, Florida 4, Texas A&M 4, LSU 3, Auburn 2, Kentucky 2, Tennessee 2, Arkansas 1, Mississippi State 1, Ole Miss 1 and South Carolina 1.