KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee football coach Jeremy Pruitt revealed there’s more work to be done than time allows this spring session.
“We need to have 30 of them, but we only get 15,” Pruitt said following the Vols’ fourth practice of the spring on Tuesday.
Tennessee is two years removed from back-to-back Top 25 seasons, but last year the Vols fell to 4-8, with injuries and red zone issues leading to a winless conference record.
Pruitt has come in and wiped the slate clean, but in doing so, positive equity has been erased, as well.
“We don’t have any starters, we don’t have any second-team guys or third-team guys,” Pruitt disclosed. “We have a rep chart. Everything is being evaluated.”
Tennessee’s Orange and White Game is on April 21, and Pruitt is appealing to the fans to fill Neyland Stadium with hopes the added attention will help him learn who can thrive under pressure.
SEC Country beat writer Mike Griffith and WNML’s Josh Ward discuss the Vols practice and what Pruitt had to say after the fourth session of the spring