We’ve seen various types of scholarship reveal videos over the years, and they never get old.

P.J. Fleck fired a scholarship to a player out of a t-shirt cannon earlier in August. In April, a Minnesota player found out about his scholarship through an Easter Egg hunt. In January, Michigan basketball staged a fake arrest for a scholarship reveal. In August of 2016, a Hawaii football player had to high dive for his scholarship. Also in August of 2016, a Western Michigan walk-on was presented with his scholarship by none other than Sylvester Stallone.

And on Tuesday, the University of Tennessee football program became the latest school to pull a terrific scholarship reveal. Check it out:

You can clearly hear the Vols’ coach mention the fact that the two players getting ready to go after each other in a drill are the Wolf brothers.

Eli Wolf was a redshirt freshman tight end who played in six games for Tennessee in 2016. The older Wolf is Ethan and during his junior year in 2016, the tight end started 12 of Tennessee’s 13 games, just like he did during his sophomore year.

As Ethan prepares to play with a scholarship during his senior year, Tennessee finally gave his brother Eli a long awaited scholarship in a terrific stunt.

One of the best parts about this video is that because the scholarship was given to Eli during a drill with his brother, Ethan was one of the first people to embrace his brother moments after Eli received the scholarship.

These videos are always a welcome sight and somehow manage to keep getting better.

[University of Tennessee/Twitter]

About David Lauterbach

David is a writer for The Comeback. He enjoyed two Men's Basketball Final Four trips for Syracuse before graduating in 2016. If The Office or Game of Thrones is on TV, David will be watching.