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Draft Scout Herman Lathers News
04/17/13 - 2013 NFL DRAFT: 124 FBS PROGRAMS, 124 POSSIBLE UNDRAFTED ROOKIE FREE AGENTS: TENNESSEE: OLB Herman Lathers (6-0, 234, 4.64)...After missing the 2011 season due to an ankle injury, Lathers returned in 2012 and looked athletic in coverage with good pursuit speed, playing with a chip on his shoulder. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
10/29/12 - LB Herman Lathers loomed large for the Tennessee defense, making a career-best 15 tackles and intercepting South Carolina's Connor Shaw to account for the Gamecocks' only turnover of the contest. Lathers reached double digits in tackles for the sixth time in his career and second time this season. - The Sports Xchange
09/11/12 - Starting LBs Herman Lathers (shoulder) and Curt Maggitt (toe) sat out the Georgia State game. They were replaced in the lineup by Dontavis Sapp and Willie Bohannon, respectively. - The Sports Xchange
09/07/12 - SCOUTING THE DEFENSE: Volunteer defensive backs combined for four interceptions last week against N.C. State. Tennessee had only nine interceptions last season. Tennessee was fantastic against the run in the first half, limiting the Wolfpack to 30 net yards. Tennessee recorded a safety against N.C. State, the Vols' first since making a tackle in the end zone in the 2010 opener against Tennessee-Martin. PLAYERS TO WATCH: LB Herman Lathers -- The fifth-year senior is the emotional leader of the Tennessee defense, but he injured his shoulder in the second half of the season-opening win over N.C. State. Lathers has been diagnosed with an AC joint sprain and a slight separation of his shoulder. He intends to put a brace on the shoulder and play through pain. - The Sports Xchange