SINCE 1988, 12 Tennessee wide receivers have been taken in the NFL draft, a total second only to Miami's 15. With five of those 12 having gone in rounds 1 or 2, the Vols clearly are peerless producers of pass catchers. Which is fitting, given that in the next draft Peerless Price (who has 61 catches for 920 yards and 10 touchdowns this season, including the game-winner at right in last Saturday's SEC title game) should add another Tennessee name to both lists.
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