2. ALEX WALLS: Arriving at UT as a walk-on, he won the first-team job midway through his freshman year and kept it the next 3 1/2 seasons. He hit 8 of 11 field-goal tries as a freshman, 18 of 20 as a sophomore, 15 of 20 as a junior and 12 of 17 as a senior. His 77.9 percent accuracy on career field goals was best of the decade by a Vol kicker. Walls' career long was 51 yards, a distance he achieved twice (in 1999 vs. South Carolina and in the 2001 SEC Championship Game vs. LSU). He connected on 97.1 percent of his extra point attempts (133 of 137), scored 292 career points and was selected All-SEC as a sophomore.
3. DANIEL LINCOLN: With one season remaining in his college career, he has been a real enigma. He nailed his first eight field-goal attempts at UT - setting a program record in the process - and finished the 2007 season 21 of 29, earning first-team All-America recognition from the Football Writers Association of America as a mere freshman. Lincoln slipped to 10 of 18 as a sophomore in 2008 and 10 of 16 as a junior in 2009, however. He has made just 65.1 percent (41 of 63) of his career field-goal attempts, including 60.0 percent (33 of 55) since the 8-for-8 start to his career. He connected on a career-best 49-yard field goal vs. Ohio University last season but misfired on five other attempts between 40 and 49 yards in '09. Perhaps he will rediscover his freshman form as a senior this fall. Lincoln has connected on 107 of 109 extra-point tries and has scored 230 career points to date.