'25 GA LB Jadon Perlotte (uga commit)

#34
#34
Georgia is absolutely loaded with talent.

We get this guy and thatโ€™s 4 commits that play in the same Class and Region in Georgia hahaha.
 
#44
#44

Man If that don't scream I'm all Vol idk what does lol...The way he lit up when talkin about Heupel and stating how "he can really feel like he is wanted here,how Heupel acts like he needs me"..(Shot at Georgia huh)..Then the Kid said Neyland feels like Beuford and this is where "He needs to be at"!!

Reporter says "U still got an OV to Georgia next weekend"and he kinda laughs and looks off and his whole demeanor changed..He thinking about that smoke he fixing to hear over this decision but this one's over with barring some last min slime ball Kirby move which wouldn't surprise me..
 
#46
#46

I caught something in the first 30 seconds of this video that might not stand out to everyone, but it does to me. We have heard so many different versions of "Tennessee has a great family atmosphere" over the years. That part will always be true. But he follows it up by pointing out the guys who hung out with him/ made the biggest impression on him during his OV. Those players? Jeremiah Telander and Arion Carter. These guys are two of our most talented young players with a ton of potential, and yet they both sat back, waited their turn and earned the right to be on the field through hard work and discipline . In the age of NIL, you need these type of guys. Team- first players are becoming more and more uncommon so this gets me excited.

Anyways, here's a few theories/ conclusions I gained from this video:


1. The young players are bought into the way Heupel runs his program.
2. They are hungry for wins and will do whatever it takes to make it happen.
3. The new LBs coach, coach Inge is already making an impression in the locker room and on the recruiting trail


A lot to be excited about with the future of this team
 
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#47
#47
I caught something in the first 30 seconds of this video that might not stand out to everyone, but it does to me. We have heard so many different versions of "Tennessee has a great family atmosphere" over the years. That part will always be true. But he follows it up by pointing out the guys who hung out with him/ made the biggest impression on him during his OV. Those players? Jeremiah Telander and Arion Carter. These guys are two of our most talented young players with a ton of potential, and yet they both sat back, waited their turn and earned the right to be on the field through hard work and discipline . In the age of NIL, you need these type of guys. Team- first players are becoming more and more uncommon so this gets me excited.

Anyways, here's a few theories/ conclusions I gained from this video:


1. The young players are bought into the way Heupel runs his program.
2. They are hungry for wins and will do whatever it takes to make it happen.
3. The new LBs coach, coach Inge is already making an impression in the locker room and on the recruiting trail


A lot to be excited about with the future of this team
I just watched the rest of this video, and i think this kids going to flip to the Vols. Heupel, Inge, the players.... they all nailed it this weekend. He basically says "last weekend my top two were Georgia and Tennessee. This weekend changed that" with a smile on his face. We back.
 
#48
#48
I just watched the rest of this video, and i think this kids going to flip to the Vols. Heupel, Inge, the players.... they all nailed it this weekend. He basically says "last weekend my top two were Georgia and Tennessee. This weekend changed that" with a smile on his face. We back.
Also he literally says "He loves me, I love him" in regards to Coach Inge. Truly could be an under the radar impactful moment in this years class
 

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