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UT's Jones speaks to Greeneville Boys and Girls Club

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GREENEVILLE, Tenn. -- It was a big night for a big organization up in Greeneville Monday night. The Boys and Girls Club hosted their Champions dinner, and the man of the hour was Tennessee football Coach Butch Jones.

Jones was the keynote speaker at the event, throwing a little motivation toward a group that already does a great job. Sounds similar to what he's been doing on the road lately.

Jones is in the middle of putting together an incredible recruiting class for the Vols for 20-5, and even he's excited as the bricks stack up.

"Well, we're continuing to assemble the major, important bricks," Jones said. "Every individual in our football program is critical, and we're behind in terms of depth and at building the football program. So every individual that we welcome into our football program or football family is critical."

The Vols have added a number of big recruits in the last couple weeks, headlined by one of last year's top recruits, running back Alvin Kamara. He was at Alabama last year, but now he joins Big Orange.
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