Feature On Hunter and D.Rogers

When you start reciting some of the most dynamic receiving combos in Tennessee's storied football history, it's a list that grows longer every time you do it. 

In terms of pure talent, the Alvin Harper-Carl Pickens duo in 1990 has few peers. 

You want production? Go back and look at what Joey Kent and Marcus Nash did in 1996, Marcus Nash and Jermaine Copeland in 1997 (Peerless Price was also a big part of that receiving corps) and Donte Stallworth and Kelley Washington in 2001. 

Going back even further, Anthony Hancock and Willie Gault helped elevate Wide Receiver U. to national prominence in the early 1980s, and before that, there was the famed twosome of Larry Seivers and Stanley Morgan. 

It appears that another dynamic duo may be on its way in Vol Land. 

Sophomores Justin Hunter and Da'Rick Rogers have been sensational through two games this season. They've combined for 31 catches, 502 receiving yards and five touchdowns. 

Read the full story: Vols' Hunter, Rogers on a fast track

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