New Tennessee football players registered for the 2022 season

Preparations for the 2022 football season in Tennessee are underway with the arrival of a new batch of players.

Coach Josh Heupel held a team meeting Sunday night and welcomed 14 early entrants with scholarships and four remarkable walk-ons to kick off the spring semester. They will participate in winter training and spring training to begin their career with the Vols.

The rest of the class of 2022 will arrive in the summer. Here is an overview of new players who are already at the UT.

Charlie Browder, tight ending

Browder, a 6-foot-7, 260-pounder, is a favorite walk-on with a stock player’s potential worth. He signed with UCF in the 2021 class as a three star prospect when Heupel was there. He could be in a long-term role as a big blocking tight end since Trinity Bell entered the transfer portal. Browder grew up as a UT fan and played two seasons with Dobyns-Bennett at Kingsport before transferring to Christ School in Arden, North Carolina.

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