GVX Audio: Vols' 2014 class far from finished, so turnover is likely

Tennessee head coach Butch Jones runs out of the T with players before the first half against Georgia at Neyland Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. (KEVIN MARTIN/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Tennessee head coach Butch Jones runs out of the T with players before the first half against Georgia at Neyland Stadium, Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn. (KEVIN MARTIN/NEWS SENTINEL)

Expect some changes in Tennessee's 2014 class.

Ryan Callahan, a recruiting analyst with News Sentinel partner GoVols247, said although the Vols might only have four spots left in the class, the recruiting is far from finished.

"They would like to address just about every position on the field, with the exception of perhaps tight end, safety and kicker/punter. But there aren't many positions they're totally done with," Callahan said.

The Vols currently have 26 verbal commitments in a class that is likely to have 30 members, including some who enroll in January and count back against past classes.

"There are still a lot of names on the table for as few spots as there are left. There's a lot that could change between now and Signing Day," Callahan said. "That indicates there's likely to be some turnover in Tennessee's class. We've thought that for a while, but it might end up being even more than people expect. It's going to be an interesting finish."

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