Other than those I already named, Tennessee has nine players graduating: quarterback Matt Simms, linebackers Daryl Vereen, Shane Reveiz and Jake Storey, wide receiver Anthony Anderson, punter Chip Rhome, long snapper Nick Guess, and defensive backs Art Evans and C.J. Fleming.
While some of them had their moments (Evans caught the Vol's first interception this season and Simms kept Tennessee competitive against Alabama), none of them really have a chance of getting drafted.
Some, like Simms, may be able to make a career in the UFL or Canada, but for most of them, football is over. On the bright side, many of them got a free degree, and that's always helpful.
Then there's the fact that they'll be able to say, for the rest of their lives, that they got to play for the Tennessee Volunteers, and that in and of itself, is something to be proud of.