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Tennessee could be losing its best offensive weapon this offseason Frederick Breedon/Getty Images
NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 26: Alvin Kamara #6 of the University of Tennessee Volunteers reaches over the goal line to score a touchdown against the Vanderbilt Commodores during the first half at Vanderbilt Stadium on November 26, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

Tennessee is currently going through the absolute worst stretch of talent loss we’ve perhaps ever seen. Jalen Hurd is gone, Vincent Perry is gone, Preston Williams is gone, Josh Dobbs will graduate, Jalen Reeves-Maybin will graduate and Derek Barnett could be going pro.

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It looks like the Vols could be losing yet another playmaker in running back Alvin Kamara. He has not decided if he will come back for his senior season despite the fact he would be the clear cut starter and the workhorse of the offense. However, Tennessee fans should take some solace in the fact that he has not submitted his paperwork to the NFL Draft evaluation committee.

“I didn’t turn in any paperwork. I’m just focused on my teammates and playing this game. What’s there is there, that’s how my mindset is. It will be what it is. I’m focused on Nebraska and enjoying my teammates. I’m not looking ahead too much.”

Tennessee will play Nebraska in the Music City Bowl on Friday. The 5’10”, 215-pound has 565 yards rushing this season, averaging 5.9 yards per carry with nine touchdowns, along with 346 yards receiving, getting 10.5 yards per catch with four touchdown receptions.

[h/t SEC Country]

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