No.3 – Quan Harrison, Wide receiver
I had to go with at least one wide receiver, right? After what happened against West Virginia, I think it is safe to say the Vols secondary will also be a position to watch and worry about.
South Bound & Down
The 5-foot-10 junior receiver, Quan Harrison makes our list. Last week against Mars Hill, he led the Bucs with five receptions for 112 receiving yards and one touchdown.
He had a 55-yard reception which was the longest on the team and was able to finish the game with a 22.4 average per reception.
Last season, Harrison played in all 11 games and was named to the Second Team All-SoCon as a return specialist. Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention he returns kickoffs and punts. So, he pretty much does everything for the Buccaneers.
Harrison finished the season with 694 all-purpose yards. 475 of those yards came from kick returns as that was his primary job last season.
Jeremy Pruitt has been known to play his best players on special teams.
However, maybe some of the Vols players will sleepwalk, and Harrison takes one to the house. Perhaps a bold prediction for the game?