Five things I learned this weekend:

A steal at center
Brock Stadnik has gotten most of the pub but watch out for his twin brother Clayton Stadnik. Both have size -- over 6-4 and 280 pounds -- but Clayton may actually have more mobility than his brother. And Clayton should be a bit more versatile, having played center, right tackle and both guard positions at Western Guilford High School in Greensboro, N.C. Sure, Brock is the prototypical left tackle, had many more scholarship offers and is slightly higher rated but Clayton is well adept at playing center, the position he's played for almost a full season and the position he's expected to play in college. South Carolina may have gotten a steal when both prospects committed in May.

Kudos to the Vols faithful
The fans showed up in Neyland Stadium on Saturday. No, it wasn't a packed house as it so often was in the glory days, however, it was enough that visiting prospects were surely impressed by the gameday atmosphere. Fans should be commended. They had a lot to overcome, such as a deflating loss to Florida, an early kickoff and an opponent that wasn't too exciting, Buffalo. Still, the fans showed up and that will certainly help the Vols woo prospects.