The worst offense in the SEC received a much-needed boost Friday as Jeremy Pruitt has confirmed Stanford graduate transfer quarterback Keller Chryst and receiver Jauan Jennings are officially members of the Tennessee football program.

According to SDS’s Dan Harralson, Chryst has already signed his financial aid agreement with Tennessee. That’s an important note because it locks the former Stanford QB into playing with the Vols. Until graduate transfers show up for class or sign FAA papers, they are free to enroll in any school without obligation to any program.

While Chryst’s role in the program’s offense remains to be seen in Knoxville moving forward, the Vols already know what Jennings can bring to the offense. The senior is Tennessee’s best and most consistent receiver on the roster. After being dismissed by interim coach Brady Hoke and former UT AD John Currie last fall, current AD Phillip Fulmer and Pruitt have wisely given Jennings an opportunity to earn his way back into the program.

The senior missed the majority of the 2017 season after breaking his hand in the season opener. For his career, he has 57 catches for 746 yards and seven touchdowns — the most notable of which came against Georgia as he hauled in the Hall Mary pass from Joshua Dobbs to beat the Dawgs in Athens back in 2016.

Jennings’ future is still dependent on how well he handles his second chance but it’s a good sign that Pruitt is already welcoming the receiver back into the fold. The parameters┬áset by Tennessee’s head coach to rejoin the program have apparently been met and embraced by the Vols’ most-gifted receiver.