Thursday was quite the day for Tennessee recruiting fans. No, it wasn’t National Signing Day, but it was frenetic nonetheless.
The dead period came to a close on Thursday meaning Tennessee’s coaches could scatter the globe if they saw fit. And, to some extent, they did. The Vols were all over the southeast.
Meanwhile, Tennessee got even more important news from cornerback Cameron Sutton on his future. Also, Neyland Stadium seems due for some work.
Here are four things to know:
- In a heartfelt tweet, Sutton announced his decision about possibly forgoing his senior season and entering the NFL Draft.
- Get ready for another round of renovations to Neyland Stadium.
- Florida sent five coaches to try and sway a coveted Tennessee commitment.
- Newly hired tight ends coach Larry Scott visited a pair of South Florida prospects on Thursday.
Other Tennessee news from around the Internet
- Here is a midweek stock report, by GoVols247.com’s Wes Rucker.
- Tennessee basketball coach Rick Barnes was not pleased with freshman wing Admiral Schofield.
The best stories around the SEC
- Alabama coach Lane Kiffin turned down another job just before the national title game.
- Crimson Tide running back Derrick Henry announced his NFL decision.
- Henry may not have made the best decision, according to Mel Kiper, Jr.
- Who will be named the SEC’s first-team quarterback in 2016?
- Missouri coach Barry Odom filled a coaching vacancy.