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Name: Cade Mays (Transfer from Georgia)
College: Tennessee     Number: 68
Height: 6-5   Weight: 320
Position: OT  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 5.16
   40 Time: 5.29
  40 High: 5.40
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: POutland...2019: Transferred from Georgia to Tennessee on Jan 8 '19. Wore #77 in '19. Was 318 in '19. Started 6 gms at RG, 2 sts at RT, 2 sts at LG, 1 st at LT, played some C vs Missouri, 11 sts, 14 gms in '19. FWAA Freshman All-American, 247 Sports Freshman All-American, SEC All-Freshman Team w/6 sts at RG, 1 st at LT, 11 gms, missed 3 gms due to injury in '18. Very versatile guy who can play all positions.

 Cade Mays, Tennessee, Player News

  09/21/20 - OT Cade MaysrJr/2022, Tennessee, 6-5, 320 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  The NCAA notified No. 15 Tennessee on Thursday that offensive lineman Cade Mays' appeal for a waiver to play immediately has been approved. Now it's up to the Southeastern Conference and Commissioner Greg Sankey to allow Mays to transfer inside the league after the lineman started his career at Georgia. Pruitt said he hadn't really had a chance to talk to Sankey much about this situation. But he said the commissioner has done a great job of leadership with Sankey's No. 1 area protecting players and putting athletes first. "I have a lot of confidence in the outcome," Pruitt said. Mays is a native of Knoxville whose father, Kevin, was a team captain at Tennessee and an All-Southeastern Conference guard in 1994. Mays announced his decision to transfer in January, and the attorney for Mays' parents accused Georgia of leaking news that the lineman's parents had sued the university in December. The lawsuit filed in Georgia came about two years after an incident in which Kevin Mays lost part of his little finger after it was caught in a folding chair at a dinner for recruits at Sanford Stadium. - AP College Football

(DS#2 OT) rJr/2022 OT Cade MaysTennessee
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  09/16/20 - OT Cade MaysrJr/2022, Tennessee, 6-5, 320 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  Trey Smith applauds the way Cade Mays is handling himself as he awaits his NCAA transfer waiver fate. "He's busting his butt. He's going to practice," Smith said of his fellow Tennessee offensive lineman. Smith contrasted that with his image of the NCAA decision makers who hold Mays' fate for the 2020 season in their hands. "The people who are making these decisions are just sitting in a meeting room, just drinking coffee and just looking at paper," Smith said. "You know, so it's really asinine, to say the least, man." The NCAA denied Mays' transfer waiver in August. Tennessee has filed a request that the NCAA reconsider its decision to deny the transfer waiver, and additional information was submitted to the NCAA, Knoxville lawyer Gregory P. Isaacs confirmed to Knox News on Tuesday. Isaacs is representing Mays through the waiver appeal process. "We're optimistic that we're going to hear something in the near future," Isaacs told Knox News when asked for an update on Mays' status. - Knoxville News Sentinel

(DS#2 OT) rJr/2022 OT Cade MaysTennessee
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  08/19/20 - OT Cade MaysrJr/2022, Tennessee, 6-5, 320 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  Former Vols coach Lane Kiffin, who is in his first season as coach of Ole Miss, took to Twitter on Wednesday to join others advocating for offensive lineman Cade Mays to play this season. The Georgia transfer from Knoxville was denied a waiver for immediate eligibility. "Free Cade Mays! Feel for you Cade," Kiffin wrote, posting a link to a petition that Tennessee fans created for Mays. Tennessee sophomore offensive lineman Wanya Morris also posted a link to the petition. Former UT basketball player Grant Williams of the Boston Celtics also showed his support of Mays. UT is appealing the decision. Mays transferred to Tennessee from Georgia in January shortly after starting at left tackle for the Bulldogs in the Sugar Bowl. The former Catholic standout started 18 games in his two seasons in Athens, taking snaps at all five positions along the offensive line. Mays, a junior, was projected as a starter for the Vols this year and is a potential first-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. - The Clarion Ledger

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  08/19/20 - OT Cade MaysrJr/2022, Tennessee, 6-5, 320 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  Tennessee football coach Jeremy Pruitt put his Volunteers through that long-awaited first day of preseason practice Monday afternoon but provided some disappointing news afterward. Junior offensive lineman Cade Mays, the former five-star signee from Knox Catholic who played all five positions for the Georgia Bulldogs the past two seasons before transferring to Tennessee in January, had his waiver for immediate eligibility denied by the NCAA. Tennessee is appealing the ruling. Pruitt, who attained immediate eligibility as a defensive back after transferring from Middle Tennessee State to Alabama in 1995, expressed frustration with the verdict.

"Why should we stand in the way of a young man or woman trying to figure out where the right place for them is?" Pruitt said. "Right now that's not the rule, but I hope that it eventually will be the rule. I know that for everybody who has transferred from our place, I have written a letter for a recommendation for them to the NCAA that requested that they be approved for immediate eligibility. "I know it's frustrating for Cade, and it's frustrating for our team." Tennessee senior guard Trey Smith responded to the news by posting on Twitter, "Interesting how other positions get cleared seemingly without hassle," referring to quarterbacks such as Justin Fields, Tate Martell and JT Daniels, who each obtained immediate eligibility after transferring. Mays then asked Tennessee quarterback Jarrett Guarantano on Twitter if he could "rock that No. 2 (jersey) for a season." - Chattanooga Times Free Press


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  07/23/20 - OT Cade MaysrJr/2022, Tennessee, 6-5, 320 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  2020 OUTLAND TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: G Cade Mays, Tennessee,...Mays, who will be a junior this season, transferred to UT from Georgia in the offseason after playing a key part on the Bulldogs' offensive line the past two years, playing in 25 games while making 18 starts. Mays was a FWAA Freshman All-American and SEC All-Freshman team selection in 2018. The junior showed his versatility last season, starting at least one game at every position along the offensive line except for center, while helping lead the Bulldogs to a Sugar Bowl victory over Baylor. - Tennessee Football

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  06/10/20 - OT Cade MaysrJr/2022, Tennessee, 6-5, 320 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  Tennessee football played the waiting game last summer as defensive lineman Aubrey Solomon sought an NCAA transfer waiver. Finally, on Aug. 27, less than a week away from UT's season opener, the Vols learned that Solomon received his waiver and would be eligible to play. A year later, the Vols once again find themselves waiting to learn the fate of a key transfer who projects to step into a prominent role if he receives his waiver. The waiver quest for offensive lineman Cade Mays, a transfer from Georgia, continues.

Mays initially had two avenues to get on the field this season. The NCAA had considered voting this spring on a one-time transfer exception rule that, if passed, would allow transferring players to play at their new school immediately, as long as they have not previously transferred. However, the NCAA opted not to take up the issue and pushed it off until after this season. Now, Mays' hope of playing this season rests with his waiver quest. He's represented by power attorney Tom Mars. - Knoxville News Sentinel


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  01/09/20 - OT Cade MaysrJr/2022, Tennessee, 6-5, 320 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  Offensive lineman Cade Mays is leaving Georgia and returning to his hometown to continue his college football career at Tennessee, where he will have an opportunity to play alongside his younger brother. Tennessee announced Thursday that it had added Mays, who has spent the last two seasons at Georgia. Tennessee sent out a tweet with the Knoxville Catholic graduate's picture along with the message, "Welcome #HomeSweetHome, Cade!" "As a guy with multiple years of starting experience on the offensive line in the SEC, Cade is a tremendous addition to our program," Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt said in a statement. "He's tough and he's powerful, and he is a versatile player who can line up anywhere on the offensive line. He will have an impact on the field, and he will also have a positive effect on our team and in the offensive line room with his leadership ability."

Mays' attorney said the offensive lineman will have a strong case to be granted immediate eligibility in 2020. Tom Mars, whose sports law practice has offices in Atlanta and Rogers, Arkansas, accused Georgia of leaking news that Mays' parents, Kevin and Melinda Mays, filed a lawsuit against the University of Georgia in December. The lawsuit was filed in the State Court of Clarke County about two years after an incident in which Kevin Mays lost part of his little finger after it was caught in a folding chair at a dinner for recruits at Sanford Stadium. Kevin Mays was a team captain at Tennessee and an All-Southeastern Conference guard in 1994. - AP College Football


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