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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Football newcomers announced Wednesday by Tennessee, with name, position, height, weight and hometown.
Derek Barnett, de, 6-2, 284, Brentwood Academy, Nashville, Tenn.
Dillon Bates, lb, 6-3, 213, Ponte Vedra HS, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Chris Beck, rb, 6-0, 200, Dean (Mass.) College, Austell, Ga.
Elliott Berry, ath, 6-0, 206, Creekside HS, Fairburn, Ga.
Evan Berry, db, 5-11, 196, Creekside HS, Fairburn, Ga.
Dontavius Blair, ol, 6-8, 300, Garden City (Kan.) CC, Anniston, Ala.
Gavin Bryant, lb, 6-0, 233, Jackson (Ala.) HS
Neiko Creamer, wr, 6-3, 223, Eastern Christian Academy, Wilmington, Del.
Bryson Durden, db, 5-10, 170, Eagles Landing Christian Academy, McDonough, Ga.
Rashaan Gaulden, db, 6-1, 178, Independence HS, Spring Hill, Tenn.
Daniel Helm, te, 6-4, 225, Glenwood HS, Chatham, Ill.
Joe Henderson, de, 6-3, 222, Shaker Heights (Ohio) HS
Dewayne Hendrix, de, 6-3, 252, O’Fallon (Ill.) Township HS
Jalen Hurd, rb, 6-3, 227, Beech HS, Hendersonville, Tenn.
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