Tyler Bray   #9 QB

Height: 6-6   Weight: 215   Age: 27

Born: 12/27/1991 Clovis , CA

College: Tennessee

Experience: 6th season

High School: Kingsburg HS [CA]









Draft 2013

Pick Analysis: After receiving a bit of playing time in blowouts (in either direction) over the first two months of his freshman year, Bray took over for Matt Simms during the team's loss to South Carolina. He led the team to a 4-1 record in the remaining five games (with four 300-yard passing performances) and to an unexpected Music City Bowl berth against North Carolina.

Bray looked to be building upon that success early in 2011, as Tennessee won three of its first four games with him at the helm, including a 405-yard, four-touchdown effort against Cincinnati. He set the school record for touchdown passes in the first four games of the year with 14, breaking Peyton Manning's mark of 12. But against Georgia, he suffered a fractured right thumb that sidelined him for five games. He made it back for the season's final two contests, but wasn't quite the same; he completed only 31 of 71 passes (44 percent) with three touchdowns and four interceptions.

Coming into his junior season, many expected Bray to vault himself into top-10 talk. However, Bray failed to make the necessary strides despite being surrounded with a supporting cast littered with NFL talent. The Volunteers went just 5-7, and Bray struggled in games versus the likes of Florida, Georgia and Alabama. After the firing of head coach Derek Dooley, Bray decided to declare for the 2013 NFL Draft.


Video Playlist

  1. 2013 Combine workout: Tyler Bray

    Published: Feb. 26, 2013 at 10:50 a.m.

    Watch Tennessee QB Tyler Bray work out at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine.

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