The Tennessee football programed welcomed several newcomers to campus over the weekend. Finally, the majority of the 2020 class was able to move in and get situated in Knoxville ahead of the fall.
Four-star edge rusher Morven Joseph, four-star linebacker Bryson Eason, four-star linebacker Martavis French, four-star safety Keshawn Lawrence and four-star athlete Len’Neth Whitehead each were pictured arriving on campus on Saturday by Tennessee’s official football account.
Welcome home, boys. pic.twitter.com/ogemx51FsE— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) June 6, 2020
Several other names were seen around campus and announced their arrival on social media, like Tyler Baron, Jalin Hyatt, Omari Thomas, Tee Hodge and Tamarion McDonald.
New Vols, Who Dis? #2THET0P pic.twitter.com/b2HCuRl09l— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) June 6, 2020
Quarterback Harrison Bailey, center Cooper Mays, defensive tackle Dominic Bailey and receiver Jimmy Holiday arrived early at Tennessee ahead of spring practice. But those newcomers didn’t get to do much before the COVID-19 pandemic shut things down after just two practices.
However, voluntary workouts will return this week — the first step back to getting things back to normal. Camp dates have yet to be announced.
Assuming all goes to plan, the Volunteers will open their 2020 season in Knoxville on September 5th against Charlotte.