Well, Lane Kiffin just loves the media and getting that “Power T” in it. This time Kiff has made headlines with his latest recruiting strategy.
He is the youngest son of former Tennessee Vol running back, James Berry, and and brother of current Tennessee Vol, Eric Berry. The Vols are truly impressed with this thirteen years old’s 5 foot 8 inch, 145 pound frame. (They must be taking a page out of “The Catholic Preist Guide For Recruiting“) What about his grades, you ask? Well, he doesn’t have a GPA. Because he is still in middle school. Then again, grades aren’t a huge factor when applying to the University of Tennessee. (They are the third worst in the SEC for graduation rate, graduating just over half their players.)
Evan is with out a doubt, Tennessee’s first commit in the 2013 draft class. (Jeeze, where is Chris Hansen when you need him?)
However, Kiffin and the Vols are not stopping there? Why solidfy a winning program for the 2013 season? Kiffin wants to make the Volunteers a National Champinship program well into the 2020’s. That’s why he is taking his recruiting visits to hospitals and daycares. Here is a glimpse of who UT is looking to sign for the future.
Tayshaun if it’s a boy, Jasmine if it’s a girl, Williams
This is Brad and Courtney Williams. Just two and a half weeks after their third year wedding anniversary, the happy couple found out that they were going to have a baby. After calling friends and relatives to give them the good news, they get a knock on their front door. Who was it? None other than Head Coach Lane Kiffin at the Williams’ house for an in home visit to try and get Tayshaun/Jasmine to play football for the Vols in 2031. (However, if it is Jasmine, Kiffin said he will pull his offer)
Parents please take warning. If you see this man in your neighborhood, parks and playgrounds, hospital rooms right after giving birth, asking to join your school carpool group, offering your kids candy in return for their autograph on a letter of intent, offering to babysit your kids, or anything else out of line, please call your local authorities and MSNBC immediately.