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This is four-star Tight End Ethan Wolf. According to ESPN’s Jared Shanker...

So Wolf, his father, uncle and former high school coach got the new Volunteers coach to talk about rebuilding a program that is almost a decade removed from its days as a consistent SEC and national championship contender. The mantra around Neyland this spring is “brick by brick,” which is Jones’ motto for creating his regime’s foundation one piece at a time.

Which led to the final question of the day, one James Wolf, Ethan’s dad, needed answered.

“Coach Jones,” James Wolf began, “Are you accepting bricks?”

Jones was puzzled.

He now looked over at Wolf, who was fussing around in a camera bag while Wolf’s dad kept Jones occupied. The 6-foot-6, 232-pound tight end on the ESPN Watch List was now holding up his own brick, which Tennessee’s trademark checkerboard painted on it with the word “commitment” in the middle.

“How about this brick?” Wolf said to Jones.
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QJenk134 months
Ok this is a lil better than the mental image in my head. When i read title for some reason i immediately thought of some athlete throwing an a brick into the coaches office with a note saying he commited. Lol glad that didnt happen
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lsu2006134 months
As much as I want to say this is gay... It's actually pretty. If I was a UT fan I would like it.
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InVolNerable134 months
"with the word “commitment” in the middle."

That's not the word on the brick.
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TT9134 months
Somewhere Bill Curry is mad.
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