After not playing a single snap against the West Virginia Mountaineers, Vols running back Trey Coleman has decided he is leaving the program.
NEWS: Sophomore tailback Trey Coleman has left Tennessee's program. The Louisiana native did not play vs. WVU and wasn't seen at Monday's practice. The Vols notably moved Princeton Fant back to RB yesterday.— Jesse Simonton (@JesseReSimonton) September 4, 2018
The sophomore wasn’t seen at Monday’s practice and posted several tweets on his private Twitter account referencing his move. Phrases such as “its been real” and “24 out” lent further credence to the situation.
Coleman finishes his career on Rocky Top with four carriers for nine yards and one catch for three yards.
The 6-foot, 210-pound back was the No. 700 overall player in the 2017 class, according to the 247Sports composite rankings. He chose the Vols over Arkansas and Mississippi State, amongst others.