Vols lead for Florida RB Dacorius Law

Dacorius Law

Dacorius Law

Dacorius Law already was high on Tennessee before visiting the Vols for the first time this weekend, but he came away from his official visit to Knoxville even more impressed.

It was enough to move Tennessee to the top of his list.

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atnvol#283282 writes:

We are at our supposed limit of 30 recruits right now.....we are still out there heavily recruiting many, many others....and at the top of the list of several 5 star recruits. So....how is it that we manage this situation without "dumping" some 2 and 3 star recruits? That would not be good for our image which has already suffered greatly in the last 5 years.

tntuba#225866 writes:

Is this the first year you have paid attention to recruiting? There is a LONG time between now and signing day. Some of the 30 commits we have now will go to other schools, some will not qualify academically, some could be asked to red shirt and as a last resort some could be asked to grey shirt. You DO NOT stop recruiting when you get a full class in November. If you do, you will for sure fall short on signing day.

wigmeister writes:

in response to tntuba#225866:

Is this the first year you have paid attention to recruiting? There is a LONG time between now and signing day. Some of the 30 commits we have now will go to other schools, some will not qualify academically, some could be asked to red shirt and as a last resort some could be asked to grey shirt. You DO NOT stop recruiting when you get a full class in November. If you do, you will for sure fall short on signing day.

AMEN

threehundredbowler writes:

in response to tntuba#225866:

Is this the first year you have paid attention to recruiting? There is a LONG time between now and signing day. Some of the 30 commits we have now will go to other schools, some will not qualify academically, some could be asked to red shirt and as a last resort some could be asked to grey shirt. You DO NOT stop recruiting when you get a full class in November. If you do, you will for sure fall short on signing day.

Good report. I will add that the recruits are signed only for one year at a time and can be renued or cancelled by the university at the end of any season. Same goes for the players.They can request a transfere after the completion of any season.

This team,thanks to Dooley,are mostly suited for Lousiania Tech type programs.Be patient and allow Butch to build this program brick by brick.He is doing that and we should see the finished program after a couple of recruiting years.

lonesome_dove writes:

in response to threehundredbowler:

Good report. I will add that the recruits are signed only for one year at a time and can be renued or cancelled by the university at the end of any season. Same goes for the players.They can request a transfere after the completion of any season.

This team,thanks to Dooley,are mostly suited for Lousiania Tech type programs.Be patient and allow Butch to build this program brick by brick.He is doing that and we should see the finished program after a couple of recruiting years.

make that at least 4 recruiting years - most of those 4 & 5 stars we sign the next two years gotta grow up and spend time in a college weight/conditioning program, as well as adjust to the speed and physical level of the SEC, before they will get us back to the SECCG again.

I looked up Auburn's recruiting the past four years while Kiffin was bringing in coke heads and convicts and Dooley was signing Div. I-AA players to fill out half his classes - Auburn had two Top-5 classes nationally, one Top-10 and one Top-20 when Tubberville left. Chizik couldn't coach, but his staff could recruit.

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