Tennessee Football All-Time Phil Fulmer Team Offensive Line
Chad Clifton: 1996-1999
Cosey Coleman: 1997-1999
Scott Wells: 2000-2003
Arron Sears: 2003-2006
Michael Munoz: 2001-2004
One of the most interesting things about the five best Tennessee football offensive linemen in the Phil Fulmer era is how much overlap there is.
Chad Clifton and Cosey Coleman basically spent their entire Volunteer careers playing on the same offensive line. Then there’s Micheal Munoz, who bridged the gap between Scott Wells and Arron Sears.
At the very least, it’s quite obvious that Fulmer found a recipe later in his career that helped him build Tennessee football teams that were quite dominant.
Aaron Sears was known for his exceptional run-blocking ability and was a key contributor to Tennessee’s potent rushing attack during his time with the Vols. Like Sears, Coleman’s expertise was all about run blocking.
After dominating in college, Clifton went on to have a successful NFL career with the Green Bay Packers, where he became a Pro Bowl player and played a pivotal role in their Super Bowl victory in 2010. Wells was a reliable and consistent center for Tennessee. He was a two-time All-SEC selection and provided stability to the offensive line during his tenure. All five stand out as being the best of the best for the Phil Fulmer era.