Immediately following the victory over the South Carolina Gamecocks, the Tennessee Volunteers picked up a commitment from junior college defensive end / tight end Ken Adams. Adams is most likely going to fill in as a tight end for Tennessee, given the number of defensive linemen already committed to the Vols (seven) and the need for another tight end with Aaron Douglas's move to offensive tackle.
Ken Adams is a Scout one-star / Rivals three-star (not 5*! oh noes!) who played for Copiah-Lincoln in Mississippi and was at one point an Auburn Tigers commit, but the shifting sands of coaching between the two schools most likely tilted the situation in favor of Tennessee, where he will either play in a more pro-style offense with more of a chance to make a name for himself, or he will play for defensive uber-legends Monte Kiffin and Ed Orgeron. Either way is a win-win for Adams and for the Vols.