'24 JUCO DL Kemari Copeland

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So it looks like we’re giving out offers to juco Dl. 2 just being posted.

So where’s the Juco O line offers?
Just asking
JUCO OL that are productive in the SEC are rare. Most JUCOS can get decent enough OL from their designated recruiting areas to run the simple offenses that most of them run. The DL non qualifiers out of HS and the guys who flailed at their first stop are the recruits that the JUCO staffs chase because if you get just one dominant guy at that level, you are winning the LOS more than losing it, due to average JUCO OL's.
 
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Good to see the staff target the state of Virginia.

Tennessee has not recruited there a lot recently.
 
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Small for a dt
I see him as a replacement for Omar Norman Lott, who I assume is out of eligibility after this year? He's a quick twitch 3 technique who would probably backup Daevin Hobbs, but be in the rotation. We will need depth at DT, especially if Nathan Robinson and/ or Trevor Duncan move to OT next year.
 
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I see him as a replacement for Omar Norman Lott, who I assume is out of eligibility after this year? He's a quick twitch 3 technique who would probably backup Daevin Hobbs, but be in the rotation. We will need depth at DT, especially if Nathan Robinson and/ or Trevor Duncan move to OT next year.
Omar Norman Lott is only a junior
 
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Tennessee is working to get a trio of JuCo defensive linemen to campus in Sierra College’s Jamal Wallace, Blinn College’s Brien Taylor, and Iowa Western’s Kemari Copeland. Early conversations have been positive with all three to this point and right now Wallace has an official visit scheduled for November 18th. These three are evaluations Tennessee feels good about and are not just bodies to fill a spot. They have kept their eyes on each for some time and offered once the Junior College film lined up to start the season.
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