Crompton is coming off an outstanding senior season. He finished third in the SEC in passing yards per game, completing 58.3 percent of his throws for exactly 2,800 yards and 27 touchdowns against only 13 interceptions. His passing yardage total was the eighth best season mark in Tennessee history.
Richard started three games this season for the Vols and finished with nine career starts. He was part of an offensive line rotation that allowed only 12 sacks during the regular season and sparked teammate Montario Hardesty to a career-high 1,345 rushing yards.
Cox handled Tennessee's snapping duties for punts, extra points and field goals for three full seasons. He was a later addition to the Senior Bowl roster, but certainly has taken advantage of the opportunity this week to impress the professional scouts.
Scott played in last Saturday's East-West Shrine Game in Orlando before being a late addition to the Senior Bowl roster. He was named an All-SEC second team performer by both the league coaches and writers, and finished as one of three UT offensive linemen to start every game of 2009.
Williams capped his finest collegiate season by earning All-SEC first team honors from the Associated Press and a second-team nod by the league's coaches. His nine tackles for loss paced the Vols, as did his nine quarterback hurries. Williams finished the year third on the team with 70 tackles.