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Losing five-star prospect and the nation's No. 3 ranked tight end Orson Charles to Georgia last week, was one of the most disappointing chapters from Tennessee's comeback 2009 recruiting campaign, but the opportunity it opens in 2010 may help offset that blow.

Enter Brian Vogler a 6-foot-8, 250-pound tight end of Brookstone High School in Columbus, Ga.), a long strider with sure hands and untold potential. He's also athletic, versatile and an excellent blocker. Only two years into his football career he has always been a force on the hardwood, but didn't play his first down of organized football unitl he was a sophomore in high school. Once he got on...

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