Tennessee players have an opportunity during their spring game on Saturday to demonstrate their skills to fans, and more importantly, coaches.
Derek Dooley enters his third season as the head coach of the Tennessee Vols, and the feeling around Knoxville is that there is increased talent on this team than in years past.
Spring games are largely over-hyped across the country as they are glorified practices.
However, it is an important game for players trying to distance themselves from their competition and secure a starting spot before freshman get on campus in the summer.
Other than quarterback and wide receiver, there is open competition on all the units.
Look for some of these players to prove why they will be starters come fall.