Tennessee receiver Jalin Hyatt eating six times a day to beef up

Tennessee Athletics photo / Tennessee junior receiver Jalin Hyatt is working this spring to bounce back from a subpar 2021 season that contained fewer yards than his freshman year.

Jalin Hyatt has the rather bizarre distinction of flourishing more in Tennessee's offense under Jeremy Pruitt than Josh Heupel.

The junior receiver has been working relentlessly to fix that this spring.

"I had to look back at last season on what I did wrong," Hyatt said this week in a news conference. "That was the biggest thing I had to do. I had to change everything I did last season, because obviously it didn't work."

The former four-star signee from Irmo, South Carolina, amassed 276 receiving yards as a freshman in 2020, producing a 38-yard touchdown catch against Alabama and a 26-yard score at Vanderbilt. He averaged 13.8 yards per reception as a Volunteers newcomer and was expected to thrive under Heupel's fast-paced system, but last season yielded just 226 yards and a 10.8-yard