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Former UT prospect in trouble

Former UT prospect in trouble

Because recruiting tends to be an inexact science, missing out on a prized prospect occasionally proves to be a positive development. Sometimes "the one that got away" carries unforeseen baggage.

Take the case of Brandon Powell, for instance. Powell was a 6-4 senior guard at Mitchell Road High School in Memphis two years ago. He wasn't nationally ranked by but he was heavily recruited by Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl and by Florida head man Billy Donovan. Powell eventually chose the Gators, then took a dig at his home-state Volunteers. "I want to tell the Florida... Recommended Stories

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