Butch Jones says Zach Azzanni 'will pay dividends for us'

New Tennessee football coach Butch Jones finalized his coaching staff with the announcement on Sunday that Zach Azzanni was hired as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator.

"We are extremely excited to welcome Coach Azzanni and his family into the Tennessee Football family and to what is historically known as Wide Receiver U," Jones said in a school release. "He brings a wealth of knowledge and a proven track record of developing receivers into reaching their full potential on and off the field. As a recruiter, his relentless approach and diligence will pay dividends for us as we work to attract the highest caliber of student-athlete here to the University of Tennessee."

Azzanni has spent this season as receivers coach at Wisconsin. The Wisconsin State Journal has reported that Azzanni will coach Wisconsin through the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1.

Azzanni was Jones' receivers coach at Central Michigan from 2007-09.

Azzanni was on Urban Meyer's staff at Bowling Green and rejoined Meyer as receivers coach and passing game coordinator at Florida in 2010.When Meyer resigned citing health reasons, Azzanni went to Western Kentucky as offensive coordinator in 2011 and then to Wisconsin.

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gerwmor writes:

Not really sure that I like the idea of the new recruiting coordinator being occupied until January 1. I understand his commitment to Wisconsin, but this is a crucial time for UT's program and we need a first class recruiting year. I like the new coach, but don't like this situation.

MooseandSquirrelVol writes:

in response to gerwmor:

Not really sure that I like the idea of the new recruiting coordinator being occupied until January 1. I understand his commitment to Wisconsin, but this is a crucial time for UT's program and we need a first class recruiting year. I like the new coach, but don't like this situation.

Try to relax.
The next two weeks are a recruiting 'dead period' anyway.

UTSmokey04 writes:

in response to gerwmor:

Not really sure that I like the idea of the new recruiting coordinator being occupied until January 1. I understand his commitment to Wisconsin, but this is a crucial time for UT's program and we need a first class recruiting year. I like the new coach, but don't like this situation.

Coach ZA isn't the recruiting coordinator, Mark Elder is and he's already been on the road.

PHAT_VOL writes:

This is dead time untill about Jan third for recruiting. So, not being on the hill until after Jan 1 proably wont matter. He sounds like a good hire.

snowpeapod#263184 writes:

I will always remain optimistic and the only concern I have about the coaching staff is the amount of transit in the staff. Let's hope they love it here in Knoxville and are successful enough that they will stick around for more than a year or two.

Dalton writes:

Not ideal but this is the dead period for recruiting what needs to be done at this point can be accomplished via laptop...CBJ seems to feel the guy is worth the wait and with the most on the line I'll trust his judgment GOVOLS!!!!

VFL_Troll_Patrol writes:

I agree. I wouldn't worry about too much. I have a big feeling that we will have a good recruiting class for next year and Im sure defense will be MUCH better since they are changing back to the 4-3. Our D would have been a lot better if Dooley hadn't hired Sal. Sal changed what the players already knew!? That was stupid! But, im excited about the future! GBO!

Let's look at what did go right in 2012 and leave the bad behind us! GBO
"A new leader" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4xteY...
*Im always watching*

thevoice writes:

First new commit of the Butch Jones era:

http://www.rockytoptalk.com/2012/12/1...

VOLFORLIFE writes:

in response to UTSmokey04:

Coach ZA isn't the recruiting coordinator, Mark Elder is and he's already been on the road.

"New Tennessee football coach Butch Jones finalized his coaching staff with the announcement on Sunday that Zach Azzanni was hired as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator."

Unless I'm mistaken, this means Coach Jones hired Zach Azzanni as wide receivers coach AND recruiting coordinator.

GO VOLS!!!
JUGHEAD

td writes:

This is not posted to create panic; however, the only "measurable" we have to gauge the status of the football program as of Sunday, Dec 16, 2012 is the recruiting rankings. Today, Rivals lists Tennessee at #38. The day Tennessee hired Coach Jones, Rivals ranked the Vols at #24. The Vols are now ranked below every SEC Team except Kentucky (#60). Certainly, a lot can happen between now and Feb 6th, but with the dead period, it will be a climb for sure.

LifetimeVolFan98 writes:

in response to gerwmor:

Not really sure that I like the idea of the new recruiting coordinator being occupied until January 1. I understand his commitment to Wisconsin, but this is a crucial time for UT's program and we need a first class recruiting year. I like the new coach, but don't like this situation.

He'll split time...

volforeverandever writes:

I like the hire.I understand trying to hire Tee being a Tennessee player and all and would have been glad to see him come home,but I beleive we have a better coach in Azzanni.If you look at what each has done at each stop it is not close.We all know how well coached the Fla. recievers were when we played them.If you look at Usc they had all the 5 star talent and to be honest their receivers never looked that good.Wisconsin receivers run good routes and show good technique with 2 and 3 star talent.Azzanni will coach them up.Urbie thought alot of him and gave him credit for the passing games success.

PUL4VOLS writes:

Well it can be expected to lose recruits when a change in head coach/staff takes place. Let's try to be patient. Coach Jones will win and lose some recruits. We can't expect top ten classes overnight. Let's get behind the coaches and the players we get and go from there. We begin a new and challenging era of Tennessee football. It is exciting even if uncertain in some ways.

Show-me-your-TDs writes:

Coach Jay needs to earn his money and bring in a big quality fast running back... it's been 2 years... time to earn that money... go find us are Latimore

fearthehound writes:

WELCOME. Go Vols!!!

rockypop writes:

Assistant coaches in the SEC are hired as much for their recruiting ability as their coaching ability. Being able to coach is simply the price of admission to getting an interview. Being able to recruit is the road to getting a job.

Let's hope all these coaches can sell what they're building. As much as Fulmer was degraded in his last years, when it came to recruiting, he was "The Man" in the SEC. Kiffin and his staff might have been able to equal what Fulmer did, but Dooley & staff never got it.

In the SEC, it's all about recruiting. Fulmer proved that you don't have to be a great coach if you have great talent.

SummerfieldVol writes:

I just hope he can teach the receivers to catch with their hands first not their body. We sure need a receiver coach who can coach (teach) receivers how to run their routs properly, and how to get seperation from a defenseive back. Running a route the way it is drawn out in the play book is very important to the passing game, as alot of you know alot of passes are thrown before the receiver makes his break and if they run the route wrong it sure makes the QB look like he has thrown the ball away or it could be intercepted. A good receiver coach can help or solve this problem real quick. The biggest thing I like about this hire is he was a receiver and has been coaching this position for a good many years and he knows what to look for.

TheStupidPolice writes:

And those dividends will be taxed at 39.4%

Signed, Barry O.

BolivrBob writes:

Woo Hoo! I'm so glad Tee turned us down. Martinez and Thigpen flipped an Auburn commit to the Vols today. Jones has put together a great staff.

GerryOP writes:

in response to VFL_Troll_Patrol:

I agree. I wouldn't worry about too much. I have a big feeling that we will have a good recruiting class for next year and Im sure defense will be MUCH better since they are changing back to the 4-3. Our D would have been a lot better if Dooley hadn't hired Sal. Sal changed what the players already knew!? That was stupid! But, im excited about the future! GBO!

Let's look at what did go right in 2012 and leave the bad behind us! GBO
"A new leader" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4xteY...
*Im always watching*

This dude has a great vid out there on YouTube. Everyone, and I mean every Vol fan, should spin it at least once a day every day. Good work Troll_Patrol.

GerryOP writes:

in response to td:

This is not posted to create panic; however, the only "measurable" we have to gauge the status of the football program as of Sunday, Dec 16, 2012 is the recruiting rankings. Today, Rivals lists Tennessee at #38. The day Tennessee hired Coach Jones, Rivals ranked the Vols at #24. The Vols are now ranked below every SEC Team except Kentucky (#60). Certainly, a lot can happen between now and Feb 6th, but with the dead period, it will be a climb for sure.

Had a couple of decommits td, don't go jumping off of a bridge! Really should give little credence to the rankings until LOI NSD in Feb. These kids change commits as fast as they change female BFFs this time of year ... if you get my drift! We'll be fine.

gillblog writes:

in response to TheStupidPolice:

And those dividends will be taxed at 39.4%

Signed, Barry O.

The guy who does my taxes and I are laughing uncontrolablly at your comment !

Except, in the metaphysical world, the Vols are subject to this tax.

Ron1967 writes:

in response to TheStupidPolice:

And those dividends will be taxed at 39.4%

Signed, Barry O.

That's great.

Sincerely,
Warren Buffett

kman29 writes:

in response to volforeverandever:

I like the hire.I understand trying to hire Tee being a Tennessee player and all and would have been glad to see him come home,but I beleive we have a better coach in Azzanni.If you look at what each has done at each stop it is not close.We all know how well coached the Fla. recievers were when we played them.If you look at Usc they had all the 5 star talent and to be honest their receivers never looked that good.Wisconsin receivers run good routes and show good technique with 2 and 3 star talent.Azzanni will coach them up.Urbie thought alot of him and gave him credit for the passing games success.

I hate to break it to ya, but when this guy joined Florida in 2010 he did nothing to develope any of the WRs. Florida's offense that season was a mess. 5 star WRs like Deonte Thompson and Andre Debose got worse as the season went on, not better. As for Wisconsin receivers. Um can you even name one? The Wisconsin offense is 3 yards and a cloud of dust. They may have blocked real well I suppose.

VolinCalif writes:

in response to td:

This is not posted to create panic; however, the only "measurable" we have to gauge the status of the football program as of Sunday, Dec 16, 2012 is the recruiting rankings. Today, Rivals lists Tennessee at #38. The day Tennessee hired Coach Jones, Rivals ranked the Vols at #24. The Vols are now ranked below every SEC Team except Kentucky (#60). Certainly, a lot can happen between now and Feb 6th, but with the dead period, it will be a climb for sure.

Don't think there is anything to worry about at this time. We had a couple of commits drop out and other schools have had some added commits. The door is just swinging for the time being. When we get back on the road things will start happening very fast and just watch us get back into the running for a top ten class.

mikethehistorystudent writes:

I prefer outgoing coaches to be there for their bowl games. It just seems wrong for a coach to leave his team for the next one right before a bowl game.

VolinCalif writes:

in response to mikethehistorystudent:

I prefer outgoing coaches to be there for their bowl games. It just seems wrong for a coach to leave his team for the next one right before a bowl game.

Agree

Millisa writes:

I wish Tee Martin would had came

Ironcity writes:

in response to kman29:

I hate to break it to ya, but when this guy joined Florida in 2010 he did nothing to develope any of the WRs. Florida's offense that season was a mess. 5 star WRs like Deonte Thompson and Andre Debose got worse as the season went on, not better. As for Wisconsin receivers. Um can you even name one? The Wisconsin offense is 3 yards and a cloud of dust. They may have blocked real well I suppose.

Your QB was Brantly. Nothing those receivers did was going to make that dog hunt.

Rumblefish writes:

Let's face it folks....

This is a YOUTH BASED LEAGUE. The NFL has become so...and so has the NCAA. There has been a sohp and a frosh Heisman winner in the past few years. With parity in the D1 ranks being more prevalent than ever...it is clear that COACHING is the determining factor. Yes...it helps to have several big time recruits. But...I watched a 3* from aTm bust up BAMA.

Look at these 1st and 2nd year players rocking the vets in the NFL. Look at the young kids in college setting records.

Butch...you got 3 years. Just like Dooley did. Let's go!

1986sugarbowl writes:

in response to td:

This is not posted to create panic; however, the only "measurable" we have to gauge the status of the football program as of Sunday, Dec 16, 2012 is the recruiting rankings. Today, Rivals lists Tennessee at #38. The day Tennessee hired Coach Jones, Rivals ranked the Vols at #24. The Vols are now ranked below every SEC Team except Kentucky (#60). Certainly, a lot can happen between now and Feb 6th, but with the dead period, it will be a climb for sure.

I think before it's all said and done, we will crack the top 15. But consider this at this point and time; Oregon is at 45 and TCU is at 46, Kansas St is at 51 and Stanford is at 57, Miami is at 67 and Boise State is at 69 and Louisville is at 83. There is more time, but if we have a good coach and coaching staff, we will be just fine.

GOVOLStcomp31 writes:

in response to 1986sugarbowl:

I think before it's all said and done, we will crack the top 15. But consider this at this point and time; Oregon is at 45 and TCU is at 46, Kansas St is at 51 and Stanford is at 57, Miami is at 67 and Boise State is at 69 and Louisville is at 83. There is more time, but if we have a good coach and coaching staff, we will be just fine.

Great Point 1986sugarbowl, way too early to talk about how far we are down weve fallen or even if we took an instant climb, So many players are going to flip flop right now.. Jones knows how to recruit as well as his assistants, we will get to where we need to be. I just hope the new staff dont fall victim to the "instant gratification" crew.. it will be climb but with the new staff atleast we will be climing!

TitanandVolfan4life writes:

Recruiting is a methodical rotational type thing.

Top recruits start getting talked to, sent letters, met in person and invited to Summer camps in their Sophmore years to beging to develope a relationship with the kid and his parents.

CDD and staff obviously skipped lots of high schools even in Tennessee and never built any kind of relationship with the coaches or their players so CBJ is starting our WAY BEHIND on the right way to recruit for Tennessee and that's not his fault.

You should never expect a really good recruiting class for the first year or 2 when a coaching change is made because all the relationships made by the previous staff are just as gone as the old coaches are.

From what I see and have learned through research CBJ hired really good coaches that can do an excellent job of teaching the kids everything they must learn to become better people and players.

I also see him hiring good recruiters that will build our player roster back up to SEC quality expectations over time.

Another positive is that CBJ also brought in some coaches/recruiters that do have SEC experience and knowledge and that have recruited for SEC programs before so they will already have some relationships with some high school coaches in place.

CBJ has a 6 year contract and we are back into a total rebuilding mode so it's going to take us several years to build back up year by year and class by class until we're back on top in the SEC again but I do believe that CBJ is the man that can get it done if we'll all simply shut up with all the immature negative garbage and just do what real fans do....support our coaches and players.

VFL...GBO!!!

ncvol11 writes:

Butch Jones has brought in another recruiter who does not have a lick of NFL experience. If you look at who recruited the receivers of the past three years they were Charlie Badgett and the newly repalaced offensive Jim Chaney who both had extensive NFL experience. The fact of the matter is that Butch Jones did not want to bring back a Great Recruiter and Tennessee legend in the SEC in Tee Martin. If he did he would not have made him the pathetic offer that he did. No one goest to work for less money than they are currently making. Tee could have been the recruiting coordinator.
Butch Jones has not earned the right to call himself a part of the Tennessee family. That is a distinction that you earn. It will be very interesting to see if this group can recruit 4 and 5 star athletes in order to compete with Fla., Ga. and S.C. much lesst Bama and LSU. Let's just start with the first three. There are plenty of 4 and 5 star recruits who have not comitted. They can show us early how well they can recruit.

HopeisNotaCourseofAction writes:

in response to 1986sugarbowl:

I think before it's all said and done, we will crack the top 15. But consider this at this point and time; Oregon is at 45 and TCU is at 46, Kansas St is at 51 and Stanford is at 57, Miami is at 67 and Boise State is at 69 and Louisville is at 83. There is more time, but if we have a good coach and coaching staff, we will be just fine.

Believe we closed the coaching gap with this new HC and his staff, but oregon, tcu ... louisville do not play our SEC schedule where we play 5-6 highly ranked teams every year. Those teams can get by with a sub top 25 class and still have a 9-10 winning year. We are 39th in recruiting in one ranking today, with 15 saying they are coming to UT. Of course EVERY SEC team is ahead of us other than poop kittens up north.

Yes yes, so much time remaining, stars don't matter blah blah blah. It's just when those 5* running backs run over our 3* LBs and outrun our 3* DBs the way it has happened last year is not likely to improve until we close the talent gap. Also would like to have a stud RB that is not arm tackled and can consistently outrun someone.

I have faith in the new coach, would sure like to see some flips by highly rated players from other schools and some pickups from the few quality undecideds before Feb though.

Ayres_Hall writes:

in response to 1986sugarbowl:

I think before it's all said and done, we will crack the top 15. But consider this at this point and time; Oregon is at 45 and TCU is at 46, Kansas St is at 51 and Stanford is at 57, Miami is at 67 and Boise State is at 69 and Louisville is at 83. There is more time, but if we have a good coach and coaching staff, we will be just fine.

Reality is NOT where Vol fans are comfortable.

Yes, we might even drop to the 20s before it's all done but at least we've got a full roster now and choices for the new stafft to work with.

antonio14313 writes:

in response to 1986sugarbowl:

I think before it's all said and done, we will crack the top 15. But consider this at this point and time; Oregon is at 45 and TCU is at 46, Kansas St is at 51 and Stanford is at 57, Miami is at 67 and Boise State is at 69 and Louisville is at 83. There is more time, but if we have a good coach and coaching staff, we will be just fine.

VERY good point! recruiting is key, important even, but not nearly as important as actually producing on the field! and executing on the field. one could have all the talent in the world on a football team, but if that talent can't be coached, and if that talent can't learn how to actually play the game successfully, then it's just, yup, you guessed it, a waste of talent. i wish that every single person that ever gets on this web site could have seen this post. go vols!

t

MooseandSquirrelVol writes:

in response to ncvol11:

Butch Jones has brought in another recruiter who does not have a lick of NFL experience. If you look at who recruited the receivers of the past three years they were Charlie Badgett and the newly repalaced offensive Jim Chaney who both had extensive NFL experience. The fact of the matter is that Butch Jones did not want to bring back a Great Recruiter and Tennessee legend in the SEC in Tee Martin. If he did he would not have made him the pathetic offer that he did. No one goest to work for less money than they are currently making. Tee could have been the recruiting coordinator.
Butch Jones has not earned the right to call himself a part of the Tennessee family. That is a distinction that you earn. It will be very interesting to see if this group can recruit 4 and 5 star athletes in order to compete with Fla., Ga. and S.C. much lesst Bama and LSU. Let's just start with the first three. There are plenty of 4 and 5 star recruits who have not comitted. They can show us early how well they can recruit.

"The fact of the matter is that Butch Jones did not want to bring back a Great Recruiter and Tennessee legend in the SEC in Tee Martin. If he did he would not have made him the pathetic offer that he did. No one goest to work for less money than they are currently making."

How do you know these figures?
Post links please.

volforeverandever writes:

in response to kman29:

I hate to break it to ya, but when this guy joined Florida in 2010 he did nothing to develope any of the WRs. Florida's offense that season was a mess. 5 star WRs like Deonte Thompson and Andre Debose got worse as the season went on, not better. As for Wisconsin receivers. Um can you even name one? The Wisconsin offense is 3 yards and a cloud of dust. They may have blocked real well I suppose.

I hate to break it to ya but usc and their receivers did squat.They were loaded with 5 star talent with the favorite for the Heisman at quarterback and looked awful.Wisconsin with 2 and 3 star players ran good routes and had good technique and were dependable when called upon even though it is a run first offence.Wisconsin is playing in the Rosebowl with those noname players and usc with those stud 5 stars aren't.Even the commentators made comments. about usc getting outcoached.Point being Assanni. gets more out of those nonames as you. call them than Tee can with the studs. That my friend is coaching.And one more point,that terrible offence at Fla.as you called it was due to a quarterback that was terrible.The recivers did their job if the ball got to them.

GerryOP writes:

in response to kman29:

I hate to break it to ya, but when this guy joined Florida in 2010 he did nothing to develope any of the WRs. Florida's offense that season was a mess. 5 star WRs like Deonte Thompson and Andre Debose got worse as the season went on, not better. As for Wisconsin receivers. Um can you even name one? The Wisconsin offense is 3 yards and a cloud of dust. They may have blocked real well I suppose.

Thanks, I'll let Coach Jones know. He's probably not aware of this.

TheStupidPolice writes:

in response to volforeverandever:

I hate to break it to ya but usc and their receivers did squat.They were loaded with 5 star talent with the favorite for the Heisman at quarterback and looked awful.Wisconsin with 2 and 3 star players ran good routes and had good technique and were dependable when called upon even though it is a run first offence.Wisconsin is playing in the Rosebowl with those noname players and usc with those stud 5 stars aren't.Even the commentators made comments. about usc getting outcoached.Point being Assanni. gets more out of those nonames as you. call them than Tee can with the studs. That my friend is coaching.And one more point,that terrible offence at Fla.as you called it was due to a quarterback that was terrible.The recivers did their job if the ball got to them.

STUPID!!! Google Marqise Lee.

johnlg00 writes:

in response to Show-me-your-TDs:

Coach Jay needs to earn his money and bring in a big quality fast running back... it's been 2 years... time to earn that money... go find us are Latimore

Excuse me, but Jay is starting his second year. I think this may be his first recruiting class. I agree that we need a great back or two. I just don't think I would expect that he would set the world on fire all at once, given UT's rather lackluster image right now and all the uncertainty surrounding the program lately. IMHO, Jay made a pretty start on earning his salary by helping the RBs double their average production over the previous year.

johnlg00 writes:

in response to kman29:

I hate to break it to ya, but when this guy joined Florida in 2010 he did nothing to develope any of the WRs. Florida's offense that season was a mess. 5 star WRs like Deonte Thompson and Andre Debose got worse as the season went on, not better. As for Wisconsin receivers. Um can you even name one? The Wisconsin offense is 3 yards and a cloud of dust. They may have blocked real well I suppose.

You are still living in the past. Wisconsin had a great passing game last year with Russell Wilson, currently starring as a rookie QB with Seattle. Good as Wilson was, they probably wouldn't have done as well if the receivers weren't at least competent. I can't speak for Azzanni's performance at Florida. There is a lot more that goes into a successful passing game than just how talented or disciplined your receivers are. Besides, you should know by now that not all 5-star HS recruits turn into stars at the next level. Just because a guy got by on his physical gifts in HS doesn't mean he has the great work ethic necessary to keep getting better.

johnlg00 writes:

in response to 9willbesofine:

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The rest of the world grins at YOU! Hardly anybody is signed yet. These ratings count for nothing until after NSD. Heck, they don't count for anything until the guys have been playing in college for a year or two; THEN you might know how well a given class panned out.

volforeverandever writes:

in response to TheStupidPolice:

STUPID!!! Google Marqise Lee.

Dear stupid,I guess you will be watching that great usc talent in the sun bowl,great coaching huh?Google 2013 Rose bowl.

VolFanInTheBoro (Inactive) writes:

in response to 9willbesofine:

(This comment was removed by the site staff.)

I grinned after the Gaters hoopsters choked at Arizona

tennrich1 writes:

in response to ncvol11:

Butch Jones has brought in another recruiter who does not have a lick of NFL experience. If you look at who recruited the receivers of the past three years they were Charlie Badgett and the newly repalaced offensive Jim Chaney who both had extensive NFL experience. The fact of the matter is that Butch Jones did not want to bring back a Great Recruiter and Tennessee legend in the SEC in Tee Martin. If he did he would not have made him the pathetic offer that he did. No one goest to work for less money than they are currently making. Tee could have been the recruiting coordinator.
Butch Jones has not earned the right to call himself a part of the Tennessee family. That is a distinction that you earn. It will be very interesting to see if this group can recruit 4 and 5 star athletes in order to compete with Fla., Ga. and S.C. much lesst Bama and LSU. Let's just start with the first three. There are plenty of 4 and 5 star recruits who have not comitted. They can show us early how well they can recruit.

Tell me again....who is this Badgett guy???

EastTnVols962 writes:

J. Hunter just now tweeted "*Declared*". This intrigues me. I'm starting to wonder if we may hear some sort of announcement soon, and if so what implications it will bring concerning other draft eligible players.

TheStupidPolice writes:

in response to johnlg00:

You are still living in the past. Wisconsin had a great passing game last year with Russell Wilson, currently starring as a rookie QB with Seattle. Good as Wilson was, they probably wouldn't have done as well if the receivers weren't at least competent. I can't speak for Azzanni's performance at Florida. There is a lot more that goes into a successful passing game than just how talented or disciplined your receivers are. Besides, you should know by now that not all 5-star HS recruits turn into stars at the next level. Just because a guy got by on his physical gifts in HS doesn't mean he has the great work ethic necessary to keep getting better.

STUPID! Azzanni was coaching at Western Kentucky in 2011.

JDX47 writes:

I am excited to see what these guys can do, but somebody better get out and get some players. UT is down to like #42 on the recruiting class rankings; behind every SEC team except KY. Scary...very scary.

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