Tennessee football: 10 bold predictions for Vols 2020 spring practice

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As Jeremy Pruitt gets set to lead his third spring practice with Tennessee football, here are 10 things that will occur with the Volunteers.

Just like that, spring practice is once again underway for Tennessee football. The Vols begin their third rendition of spring ball under head coach Jeremy Pruitt with lots of excitement after finishing the season on a six-game winning streak and securing a top 10 recruiting class.

Add in the heavy amounts of talent returning, and fans on Rocky Top are thrilled about the future. However, there are still questions surrounding this program, which we have addressed, and they can definitely come to light over these next 15 practices.

Despite so many guys returning, there are clearly key players gone like Jauan Jennings, Daniel Bituli, Nigel Warrior, Darrell Taylor, Marquez Callaway and Dominick Wood-Anderson. Tennessee football also has three new staff members, four new on-field position coaches and five units overall under new leadership after all of Pruitt’s reshuffling.

Taking all that into account, this spring is going to start reveal a few things as well. More of that will happen in fall camp, but this will be a time in which we learn a few things about the new-look program. What are those things that will be revealed, though?

Well, in this post, we’re going to break that down with a round of predictions. These are things we say will happen during the 14 practices plus the Orange and White game over the next month before UT gets ready for summer workouts.

Some of this deals with questions that will be answered, but we are also going to address questions that will remain open. With four new early enrollees plus three new transfers, this spring is set to change a lot of things.

So what will happen on Rocky Top during this time? Let’s go ahead and analyze that here. These are our 10 bold predictions for Tennessee football’s next round of spring practices under Pruitt heading into the 2020 season.

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