Gabe Jeudy-Lally, who played one season at cornerback for BYU after he transferred from Vanderbilt, is headed back to the SEC, he shared on social media.

Jeudy-Lally said he’s headed to Tennessee, and he’s the second BYU transfer to head to Knoxville this offseason, after linebacker Keenan Pili. He has 2 years of eligibility remaining. Jeudy-Lally last season started 10 games for the Cougars and played in all 13. He had 47 tackles, a half-sack and 7 pass breakups for BYU.

At Vanderbilt, Jeudy-Lally in 2021 started 13 games and had 63 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 2 interceptions and 4 pass deflections.

Jeudy-Lally visited Baylor and UCLA before he chose the Vols, according to 247Sports.

“The SEC’s the best conference in football, so I knew that, if I had the opportunity to make my way back, I definitely wanted to make that happen,” Jeudy-Lally told GoVols247. “Did I ever think it’d be Tennessee? No. But, you know, opportunities arise from different areas, so I’m definitely excited to be back.

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