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Biggest Prize on the Board?

Given Tennessee's need to get better in the offensive line, to bounce back with a big recruiting season and restore UT football tradition on the field of play, Darris Sawtelle of Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield, Mich., just may be the biggest prize on the Volunteers' crowded board.

The 6-foot-5.5, 285-pound, Sawtelle is a five-star prospect and a formidable force in the offensive front, given his superb combination of size, speed, strength, technique and intensity. He bench presses 365 pounds, squats 525 and runs a reported 5.1 time in the 40. He plays on both side of the ball in high school and could do the same in college, although his exceptional quickness and balance...

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