Justin Hunter: Part one of the best WR duo in all of America.
Da’Rick Rogers: Part two of the best WR duo in all of America. And the prettiest of the two!! This duo are stars, that’s a fact. MTV should consider having a show with them both having major roles.
I’m sick and tired of what seems to be the whole college football realm being against the Vols. We have set the bar so high in this league, it seems everyone has turned against us. it seems like no one remembers our victories and only point out the losses. I dream of the day…….when the alum and boosters get tired of this crap…….I hope they go over to Fulmer’s house and hire him back……prop his big bama-busting butt up on the sidelines against his BCS National Championship trophy.
If I was a professional gambler or a partybingo.com player I would bet the house on Tennessee, Hunter and Rogers going long and hard early and often . GBO.
From the article:
Justin Hunter, Tennessee, WR: The Vols’ 2011 season was torpedoed when the 6-4, 200-pound big-play wideout was lost for the year in mid-September with a torn ACL. On 33 career catches in a little over one full season of college ball, he has caught nine TDs and is averaging a gaudy 22 yards per reception. Vols coaches breathed a big sigh after watching Hunter score on a 50-yard TD reception on the first possession of the second spring scrimmage last month.
Hunter is a spectacular talent: he has been timed at 4.42 electronically, has broad-jumped over 11 feet, and vertical jumped 41.5 inches. As a track athlete he has high jumped 7-3 and long jumped more than 26 feet. If Tennessee has any shot of getting back to being a top 15 team this season, it is going to need a huge year from Hunter.
- John Adams: Justin Hunter, Prentiss Waggner give Vols a boost (govolsxtra.com)
- Tennesse Football: Will the Vols Wide Receivers Be the Best in College Football? (bleacherreport.com)
- Diva? Da’Rick? no way (loserswithsocks.com)