KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Time is running out on Tennessee’s sophomore quarterbacks.
Jarrett Guarantano and Will McBride have three more practices to themselves before the competition arrives this summer and reps get divided up.
Stanford graduate transfer Keller Chryst and 2018 signee JT Shrout arrive in Knoxville in June, and the quarterback competition will be on with a full crew.
The Vols practice Tuesday and Thursday leading up to the 2 p.m. ET Orange and White Game on Saturday at Neyland Stadium.
For some players, it could be their final appearance with Tennessee, as attrition is often a part of coaching turnover.
Vols coach Jeremy Pruitt has an eye for what he wants at each position now that Tennessee has changed over from a spread offense to a pro-style look.
There are some differences on defense, too, with a 3-4 alignment, and some players might not feel they fit the program any longer.
SEC Country’s Mike Griffith and WNML’s Josh Ward discuss Tennessee practice priorities and who some candidates for transfer could be, and why.