August 14, 2012
Graham talks tailbacks
Perhaps the most high-profile starting job up for grabs when fall camp opened was the Vols' vacant tailback position. A key spot to say the least, particularly for an offense charged with stepping up its run-game production in a big way.
Two weeks into fall camp there's still no clear-cut winner in the race to start, but enough has taking place to this point that we can probably start to handicap the field with at least the hint of some accuracy.
After last Saturday's scrimmage and the subsequent work on the practice field this week, junior Raijon Neal has emerged as the odds-on favorite to open the season as the Vols' starter with sophomore Devrin Young making a case to be No. 2 behind him on the depth chart.
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