Football Vols add 4 transfers as Spring 23 classes start
24 additional members of the #RockyTop23 signing class began classes on Monday.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - Tennessee football has officially added four talented FBS transfers to its 2023 roster, while 24 additional members of the #RockyTop23 signing class began classes on Monday, the first day of the spring semester on the UT campus.
The four new FBS transfers include offensive lineman John Campbell Jr. from Miami, defensive back Gabe Jeudy-Lally from BYU, defensive lineman Omarr Norman-Lott from Arizona State and wide receiver Dont’e Thornton from Oregon.
All are now enrolled for the spring semester. Additional spring semester enrollees from the #RockyTop23 class include:
- Running back DeSean Bishop of Knoxville, Tennessee
- Linebacker Arion Carter of Smyrna, Tennessee
- Defensive back Cristian Conyer of Bowling Green, Kentucky
- Tight end Ethan Davis of Atlanta, Georgia
- Defensive back Rickey Gibson III of Trussville, Alabama
- Placekicker Max Gilbert of Memphis, Tennessee
- Defensive lineman Caleb Herring of Newnan, Georgia, by way of Riverdale (Tenn.) High School
- Defensive lineman Daevin Hobbs of Concord, North Carolina
- Quarterback Nico Iamaleava of Long Beach, California
- Offensive lineman Larry Johnson III of Savannah, Georgia
- Offensive lineman Vysen Lang of Pike Road, Alabama
- Wide receiver Nathan Leacock of Raleigh, North Carolina
- Defensive back Jack Luttrell of Gainesville, Georgia
- Defensive back Jordan Matthews of Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Defensive lineman Nathan Robinson of Greenbrier, Tennessee
- Wide receiver Cameron Seldon of Browns Store, Virginia
- Defensive back John Slaughter of Clarksdale, Mississippi
- Linebacker Jalen Smith of Grayson, Georgia
- Linebacker Jeremiah Telander of Gainesville, Georgia
- Offensive lineman Shamurad Umarov of Alpharetta, Georgia
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The Vols are coming off their first 11-win campaign since 2001 along with a No. 6 final ranking following an Orange Bowl victory over ACC champion Clemson. With spring semester classes starting, offseason workouts are now underway for Tennessee football.
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