KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee football got very good news for its secondary on Tuesday.
Starting safety Trevon Flowers announced on his social media that he is returning to play for the Vols next season.
In his announcement, he said he feels he has much more to prove. He also said he and his teammates are changing the culture, even though the season ended on a sour note losing to Purdue in the Music City Bowl.
He reflected on his decision to wear Orange and White as well.
"Making the decision to become a Tennessee Vol in 2018 was one of the best decisions I could have ever made," he wrote. "There have been a highs and lows, but I wouldn't trade being a VFL for nothing."
Flowers had 82 tackles, two interceptions, and three pass breakups this past season. His interceptions came against Ole Miss and Purdue,