Bryce Brown’s a Volunteer
That’s right people.
After weeks of deliberation, the nation’s No. 1 prospect has signed his name in orange ink.
Bryce Brown is coming to Tennessee.
He’s set to join a depth chart with some high profile backs, including another 2009 signee, David Oku. But out of everyone, Brown comes in with the highest potential.
Will he contribute immediately? Probably not. The Vols have two experienced tailbacks in Lennon Creer and Montario Hardesty. But expect Brown to get a look this summer to see what he can do.
In the long run, though, the thought of Brown and Oku in the same backfield has me as giddy as a schoolgirl.
Kiffin and Co. have showed the college football world what they’re capable of, and they had less than half the time of the other schools recruiting Brown. Just think of what they can do with a full year.
Here’s a taste of what Brown can do: