Tennessee Vols National Signing Day 2010: Who's In? Who's Out? Who's Thinking About It?

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Tennessee Vols National Signing Day 2010: Who's In? Who's Out? Who's Thinking About It?

It's that time of year.

Time when college football is proven to be an eight- month sport rather than four.

Time when fans, mostly men in the 22-to-40 age range, constantly surf the Web for news about how many 18-year-olds will sign on the dotted line to play football at the 22- to 40-year-olds' favorite schools.

I despise this time of year. But I also love it.

When Lane Kiffin left the Vols high and dry barely one week ago, the Vols staff was working on a Top 5 recruiting class.

That class was pretty much shattered with Kiffin's departure—a departure that would have been much easier to take had it not happened less than a month before National Signing Day.

It's not time to fret, however. Derek Dooley is known as a great recruiter, and he's been doing some great recruiting of his own.

Along with offensive coordinator Jim Chaney, a Kiffin holdover, Dooley and the rest of the newly hired staff are trying their very best to bring in the best athletes possible in such a short amount of time.

In the next few pages, I will discuss who is in, who is out, and who might be thinking about becoming a Tennessee Volunteer.

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