The last time the Tennessee Volunteers won double-digit games or reached a bowl game was in 2007, when Phillip Fulmer was still coaching the team. Since then, nothing has come easily for this program, as it seems they have quickly become one of the laughing stocks of the SEC.
This season, all of that can change, as Tennessee returns 18 starters, including 10 on the offensive side of the ball. The Volunteers are also getting back several players from injury and have a solid recruiting class coming in as well.
This team may be young, but it has some of the most talent of any other football team in the country.
As we quickly approach fall camp and the regular season, here is what the 2012 Tennessee Volunteers depth chart should look like.