Should the Tennessee quarterback forgo his senior year with the Volunteers in favor of an early entry into April's NFL draft, where he lands could depend on which direction a pro team chooses to lean toward.
Once mentioned among the mix of the upper echelon of draft-eligible quarterbacks for the 2013 class, Bray has had his stock slide. His physical skills put a floor on his projection, however.
"I would say right now another year at Tennessee would benefit him," ESPN NFL draft analyst Mel Kiper said Tuesday during a conference call. "If he comes out, you're probably looking at maybe a second-, third-round pick potentially, but if he goes back, he's a guy you would think could be in the first-round discussion [next year]. I'd project him more right now to be a third-rounder.
"I would say definitely go back to Tennessee and improve on the areas I talked about and try to maximize your rating."
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