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Yancey Catches Phil's Eye

It happens every spring ... an unheralded walk-on turns heads with his spirited play during Tennessee's spring practice. This year that guy is David Yancey.

Yancey, a 5-8, 176-pound rising sophomore from Norfolk, Va., worked as a defensive back last fall but moved to tailback this spring. With Gerald Riggs, Jr., and Cory...

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