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It’s no surprise that junior Tennessee Volunteer quarterback Tyler Bray has declared he will enter the 2013 NFL draft.
Bray has been rumored as a top pick for a while even with the Vols season being what it was.
Bray is listed at 6 foot 6 inches and 220 pounds, and while he’s had a very up-and-down career his arm strength and pocket style, along with his 7,444 yards, 69 touchdowns, and 28 interceptions will keep him in the top draft picks.
Bray joins his standout receiver Justin Hunter, who declared he would be leaving UT earlier this week.
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Tyler Bray has decided to forego his senior season with the Tennessee Volunteers and declare himself eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft in April. According to many NFL scouts, Bray finds himself anywhere from the fourth to the ninth best quarterback prospect in the upcoming draft class, as of right now, considering which other players at his position have already announced they will...
Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray will pass on the opportunity the play his senior season under new Vols head coach Butch Jones.
By entering the 2013 NFL draft, Bray joins a fairly shallow QB class that will also include Matt Barkley (USC) and Geno Smith (West Virginia).
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The Tennessee Volunteer quarterback Tyler Bray will be taking his services to the NFL by entering the NFL Draft. Bray is considered one of the top QB prospects for 2013. The Tennessee quarterback will forego his senior season and his possible degree in sociology. Of course, we can’t have a post about Tyler Bray without mentioning how he threw beer bottles at a neighbor’s car...
Tennessee star quarterback Tyler Bray is reportedly taking his talents (and his back tat) to the NFL. According to CBS Sports' Bruce Feldman, the junior Volunteer QB is going to forgo his senior season in Knoxville and will enter the 2013 NFL Draft.
"Scouts praise Bray's stature, arm and his gunslinger mentality, although
the latter, coupled with questions about...
Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray will pass on the opportunity the play his senior season under new Vols head coach Butch Jones. By entering the 2013 NFL draft, Bray joins a fairly shallow QB class that will also include Matt Barkley (USC) and Geno Smith (West Virginia). CBS Sports’ Bruce Feldman broke the story. Bray has [...]
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Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray will leave the Vols and enter his name into the upcoming NFL Draft, according to a source reports Bruce Feldman of CBSSports.com.
Bray suffered through an up-and-down junior season starting for the 5-7 Vols, completing 268-of-451 (59.4%) for 3,612 yards, 34 touchdowns, 12 interceptions and a 146.3 rating. A low point of Brays season was his benching...
Reports are stating Tennessee junior quarterback Tyler Bray is leaving Tennessee early to declare for the NFL Draft. The 6-6, 220-pound Tyler Bray was expected to have big season behind a solid offensive line while throwing to Da'Rick Rogers. Bray was labeled as one of the best QB’s coming into this year’s college … Continue reading »
QB Tyler Bray is leaving Tennessee to put his name into April’s NFL Draft, a source tells CBS. Bray has a reputation as a bit of head case. You might even classify him as (with apologies to “Bull Durham”) a million dollar arm, ten cent head. Or perhaps this draft’s version of Ryan Mallett, Ryan Leaf, Jimmy Claussen etc.
So now that Bray’s Vols career is over, where will...
With the struggles the Tennessee program had this year coupled with a new head coach and his favorite receiver Justin Hunter gone, it seemed it would be more surprising if Tyler Bray returned to school to play for Butch Jones and the Volunteers.
And, as likely many expected, quarterback Tyler Bray has decided to make the jump, leave school early, and declare for the 2013 NFL...
According to Tennessee report Wes Rucker, Derek Dooley has officially joined the social network known as Twitter. We honestly didn’t believe it was him at first. Derek Dooley is a lawyer and the former coach of the Tennessee Volunteers and Louisiana Tech. Clay Travis has been a huge proponent of having Dooley as the Vols coach and his wish was finally granted.
Yes, that is Dooley...
The Fired Football Coaches Association (FFCA) was started by current Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden and it looks as though former Tennessee Volunteers Head Coach Derek Dooley has become it’s newest member.Top 10 reasons to embrace (or fear) professional transition, and other things I’ve been doing the last month.— Derek Dooley (@DerekDooley) December 21, 201210. Joined...