Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

 

Ian Chiles fits well into Tennessee’s crowded backcourt mix

How does Ian Chiles, the latest in a flurry of Tennessee basketball recruits, fit into new coach Donnie Tyndall’s mix? For starters, Tyndall has no worries about the point guard position if freshman recruit Detrick Mostella doesn’t make it through the NCAA Clearinghouse. Tennessee coaches aren’t too concerned about that, but just in case, Childs, who will graduate from IUPUI with a year of eligibility remaining and can play next season for the Vols,  is a combo guard who has the game to be a facilitator. Like fellow Tennessee recruitRead More


Versatile Baulkman Vols’ latest signee

Tennessee’s roster overhaul continued today when the Vols signed former Southern Miss recruit Devon Baulkman, and though at first glance it may seem as though the Vols are overloaded at the wing positions, the 6-5, 200-pound Baulkman adds length and versatility, commodities new coach Donny Tyndall can always put to good use. “He can play all three perimeter positions, and that versatility will allow him to contribute immediately to our team,” Tyndall said in a release. Asked via text if he planned to use Baulkman at the point, Tyndall respondedRead More