The 2020 All-SEC college football season is approaching fast. It’s just a few weeks away.
Expectations are high for Jeremy Pruitt in Year 3. Can the defense develop into one of the best in the nation? Can the offense take a step forward under Jarrett Guarantano?
I think it’s simple. The Vols will be much better this season. Furthermore, the offense will finish Top-3 in the SEC.
Early reports coming out of camp are that the Vols are looking fast and really good. Even all the newcomers are turning heads. Add that Guarantano finally gets a second season with the same offensive coordinator; things could be looking up for Tennessee. The offensive line is stacked and should take strides to be one of the best in the league. Oh, #freeCadeMays.
Even the running back group is looking like one of the strongest position groups on the teams.
So, I ask, who is going to have a better offense than the Vols?
Jamie Newman decided last week that he was not going to play for Georgia this season. JT Daniels still isn’t ready to play, and the Dawgs only have one good wide receiver in George Pickens.
The defending National Champions are having all sorts of issues with players opting-out of the season. Standout wide receiver Ja’mar Chase as the lastest to announce he wouldn’t participate in the 2020 season. Plus, nearly their entire roster was drafted in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Alabama won’t be as explosive in the past season with Mac Jones behind center. Mississippi State might be the best simply because Mike Leach is the head coach.
Do you really believe in Kyle Trash can lead the Gators to one of the best offenses in the SEC?
I know the Vols lost Jauan Jennings, Marquez Callaway, and Dominick Wood-Anderson. However, this team is a lot faster and has big play ability.
Having Chaney in his second season will do wonders for consistency. Honestly, there is no excuse for the Vols to not have a Top-3 offense in the SEC the season.