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  Tennessee football wide receiver Malachi Wideman announced he was entering the transfer portal Thursday. He only spent one season with the Vols and will have four years of eligibility remaining. A former four-star recruit, Wideman made his announcement in a Twitter post citing his intention to a go to a school where he could showcase his talent on the basketball court as well as the football field. "I am embarking on a future that will allow me to showcase my God-given talents on a solid platform in basketball and football," Wideman wrote. "I will always have love for Tennessee and my fellow teammates, but at this time, God has compelled me to choose another path. I have entered the transfer portal." Wideman's decision comes a week after reports surfaced that he was no longer with the program. He is the latest transfer in the Josh Heupel era following fellow wide receiver Kenney Solomon, who has committed to Tulsa. The 6-foot-4, 200-pound Wideman appeared in six games and recorded one reception for 24 yards in a game against Kentucky on Oct. 17. - Knoxville News Sentinel

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