Going into spring camp, Sal's made it clear he wants to run a 3-4. Here's how I see it playing out: NT: McCullers, Carson, O'Brien, Hood DE: Walls, Couch, Clark DE: Sentimore, Saulsberry, Hood OLB: Maggitt, Sapp, King MLB: AJ, Harris, Mitchell-Thornton MLB: Lathers, King, Mitchell-Thornton JLB: Jacques, Bohannon, Jordan Williams, Fowlkes CB: Lanier, Teague CB: Waggner (could be FS with Moore here), Coleman Nickel: Gordon SS: Randolph, Brewer FS: Moore (could be CB with Waggner here, McNeil I haven't thrown many freshmen in the mix because I think most won't be in the two deep. Sure, they'll play some, but most will be special teamers. Bonner, McNeil and O'Brien do all have, imo, a chance to contribute heavily. I left Corey Miller off because he's been AWOL. I see a lot of issues past the starters on the DL. After the starters, it's scary with the exception of Couch. If Greg King is healthy, he'll be a fine LB. If Lathers is healthy, he'll be okay too. Those are two big question marks though because King has never stayed healthy and Lathers is recovering from a severe foot/ankle injury. Brent Brewer, even if 100%, probably won't beat Randolph out. I'll be interested to see what the coaches do with Waggner. He's a decent CB and a decent safety. I guess his position will depend on how well Coleman, Gordon and Lanier come along at CB. One thing that could make or break this 3-4 is how well Jacques picks it up. He's relied on sheer strength and athleticism so far and he hasn't been as productive as you would expect. If the coaches can tweak him a little and he starts to slow down and play, he could a really really good pass rusher. The two studs are Maggitt and AJ. Maggitt is the kind of athlete Tennessee needs at the LB spot. AJ is full grown man that took on Trent Richardson several times last season and brought him down. That Bama game made me really like him. He struggles in pass coverage but he's a thumper. Thoughts? Opinions?