Tennessee head football coach Butch Jones is about to wrap up his first full recruiting class in Knoxville, and it will be one that receives plenty of praise across the nation for its star quality.
But a few less -heralded members of the 2014 recruiting haul will play above their ratings as well.
Among UT's 34 commitments in a class ranked sixth by 247Sports are several players who may not be as nationally known as Jalen Hurd and Josh Malone but who will develop into quality SEC players. Some of those guys will contribute as early as 2014.
From the depleted depth of the offensive line to all levels of the defense, the Volunteers will play many new faces in what is expected to be a young rendition of UT next year. Some of those players who will crack the rotation will have fans scrambling through their programs to match numbers to names.
Let's take a look at some of the fresh-faced, first-year Vols who aren't recruiting site darlings but will prove during their days in orange and white that they were worthy of a higher ranking.