Courtesy: Associated Press
By STEVE MEGARGEE
AP Sports Writer
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray heads into the NFL Draft facing many of the same questions that followed him around during his college career.
If arm strength were all that mattered to NFL scouts, Bray likely would be a first-round selection. But a lack of team success and a perceived lack of maturity during his college career have made him more likely to get taken somewhere in the middle of the draft.
Bray threw for 7,444 yards and 69 touchdowns in his three-year Tennessee career. He passed for 3,612 yards and 34 touchdowns last year to rank second in school history in both categories.
But his huge individual numbers didn't produce many victories. Tennessee went 13-11 overall and 5-10 against Southeastern Conference competition in the games Bray started.