Tennessee baseball drops customized gameday cleats for 2023 season provided by alumni
Tennessee baseball is gearing up for another season after a dominant stretch in the 2022 season. The Vols will also have some custom kicks once again for the season ahead.
Wednesday evening, the Volunteers unveiled custom sets of white, black and gray customized Nike cleats for the 2023 season. Per Josh Elander — the Vols’ associate head coach and recruiting coordinator — those cleats have been provided by Vol alumni.
Elander attributed Trey Lipscomb, Connor Pavolony, Max Ferguson, Alerick Soularie, Zach Daniels, Garrett Crochet, Drew Gilbert, Jordan Beck, Chad Dallas, Ben Joyce, Blade Tidwell and Will Mabrey for this year’s kicks.
As for the cleats themselves, they are fantastic, to say the least. Check them out:
‘23 gamers from our #VFL. Grateful for this tradition to continue. Thank you:Trey Lipscomb, Connor Pavolony, Max Ferguson, Alerick Soularie, Zach Daniels, Garrett Crochet, Drew Gilbert, Jordan Beck, Chad Dallas, Ben Joyce, Blade Tidwell, Will Mabrey #GBO ? pic.twitter.com/WBqVXMYhOk
— Josh Elander (@josh_elander) February 8, 2023
Last season, the Vols captured the SEC Championship and rolled to the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. Unfortunately, Notre Dame knocked Tennessee out of the tournament during the Knoxville Super Regional.
We’ll see what the Vols have in store for 2023 with the start of the season right around the corner.
Sports betting in Tennessee officially launched on November 1, 2020, and many of the largest sportsbooks are live and operating in the volunteer state. Tennessee is only one of a handful of SEC football states with legalized sports betting.