Tennessee received a verbal commitment from Class of 2012 combo guard Armani Moore on Tuesday, indicating more attrition will be coming than just the Vols' two departing seniors.
Moore is a 6-foot-5 prospect out of Mt. Paran Christian High School in Kennesaw, Ga., who can play point guard, shooting guard or on the wing. He has a three-star rating according to Rivals.com.
By NCAA rule, a team can't have more than its maximum allotment of scholarship players (13) signed at one time, meaning at least one current Vol with eligibility remaining won't be back with the team.
Freshman point guard Wes Washpun didn't play the final nine games of the season and appeared in just three SEC games.
Junior college transfer Dwight Miller didn't play in UT's season-ending 71-64 loss to Middle Tennessee State on Monday night and hadn't been getting many minutes at forward after the addition of freshman Jarnell Stokes.
The 6-foot-8, 240-pound Miller, who has a year of eligibility remaining, averaged seven minutes in the 23 games he played.
UT coach Cuonzo Martin announced on Tuesday that Woolridge received a medical hardship and plans to transfer and play another season at an undisclosed school after completing the final six hours he needs to graduate.
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