SEC and NCAA rules are identical on signee limits as Vols look for ways to squeeze prospects in

University of Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones, top center, huddles with the Vols following the team's opening scrimmage of the fall 2013 season at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013. (ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL)

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University of Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones, top center, huddles with the Vols following the team's opening scrimmage of the fall 2013 season at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013. (ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL)

Tennessee added its 34th verbal commitment this week when lineman Charles Mosley waited out a weekend ice storm and then pledged to play for the Vols.

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Comments » 3

Dickattrade writes:

Thank you for this information. Will have to trust Butch and see what happens.
I just hope none of the commits have to bite the dust on Feb 5,2014.

RoadTrip writes:

Reel 'em in coach. Get as many and you can possibly get and stay in compliance. This roster needs an 'extreme makeover'.

bUTch__please writes:

If there was ever a signing class that needed to take advantage of every possible opportunity to get the maximum amount of the best available players on campus....this one is it, don't cha know.

Go Team 118!

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