If you've watched every game since 2009, you've seen Prentiss Waggner at some point.
The redshirt senior has appeared in every game, starting in each of the last 25 games for the Vols at cornerback and safety.
In 2009, Waggner's first playing year, he got a feel for SEC action with two starts near the end of the season. He garnered 11 tackles.
As a sophomore, he exploded onto the scene with 57 tackles, nine passes defended, three fumble recoveries and five interceptions. His three interceptions he returned for touchdowns led all of college football and remain a Tennessee single-season record.
His five interceptions were tied for the most on the team and were the most in a season since Eric Berry. Waggner's eight total takeaways were the most since ball-hawking Deon Grant roamed the Tennessee secondary in 1999.
Due to youth and lack of depth, Waggner shifted back and forth between cornerback and safety as a junior, which explains his statistical dip. Still, he piled up 48 tackles, nine passes defended, one fumble forced, two sacks and two interceptions.
Waggner led the team in passes broken up and defended in 2011, showing that he still has what it takes to be a top-flight defensive back if put in the right position.
If Brent Brewer can relieve Waggner of his safety duties, the Louisiana native will finish his career as a Volunteer with a bang at cornerback and get drafted on the first day in the 2013 NFL draft.