Arnett granted full release 

January, 3, 2012
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Tennessee wide receiver DeAnthony Arnett has been granted a full release by coach Derek Dooley. Arnett asked for the release, but was initially told it would be a conditional release and would not include any Big Ten schools in Michigan.

Arnett is now waiting for coaches at other programs to receive the release, which will be when they are technically allowed to contact him regarding their school. Schools such as Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame and Ohio State have been mentioned as potential landing spots for Arnett.

There is mutual interest at Michigan, but there is still a chance that Arnett does not end up in Ann Arbor. Dooley needs to give a 100-percent unconditional release in order for the 6-foot-2, 175-pound wideout to land in Ann Arbor.

Arnett had 24 receptions for 242 yards and two touchdowns in his freshman season for Tennessee.
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