The Tennessee Volunteers lost their leading wide receiver Justin Hunter to the pros and now it appears that their starting quarterback will follow.
Per Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports, Bray“is leaving Tennessee to put his name into April’s NFL draft.”
The move comes as no surprise. Tennessee will be entering next season with a new coaching staff and Bray is coming off of the best season of his three year career with the Vols. During his junior campaign, Bray set new career highs in highs in yards (3,612) and touchdown passes (34).
Bray has the potential to become a first-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, but at this moment, he should be considered a solid second-round prospect.