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Poll: What round will Tyler Bray be drafted in?

Response Percent Votes
C. Third round
 
29% 1113
F. Other
 
21% 788
D. Fourth round
 
20% 755
B. Second round
 
13% 511
E. Fifth round
 
12% 456
A. First round
 
2% 95
total votes: 3718

Comments » 19

vol98champ writes:

A better question is what could have been.

VirginnyVol writes:

I wouldn't be surprised to see him sitting next to "Big Casey" in the cheap seats next year.

oldster writes:

A million dollar arm, a 10 dollar body, and a one cent brain.

CantStandCantStandSaban writes:

First round talent, free agent smarts. Wish him luck, but he got should have stayed in school.

alavol writes:

in response to CantStandCantStandSaban:

First round talent, free agent smarts. Wish him luck, but he got should have stayed in school.

agreed, he should have stayed in school and helped cbj and himself and the vols.peyton did!

Henley-Street-Bridge writes:

in response to oldster:

A million dollar arm, a 10 dollar body, and a one cent brain.

That should be shared with Sports radio personalities.. Highly agree..

rbwtn writes:

Tyler Bray 2nd round going to NY JETS! Hope he doesn't forget from where he came. He could be a good one.

baldingalum writes:

One of the more unappreciated players we have ever had. He comes across the country to go to college. The guy who recruits him bolts. He plays during one of the real low points in school history. He gets too much blame for our losses.

He has a great arm and good height. He will make it. He will start.

iron_eyez7#227558 writes:

I like how he gained weight and worked out to improve his draft status. He is so dedicated. OH wait ! Where was that dedication when you were a VOL? You weren't getting paid! Got it!! You gave us 70% every year. Thanks for the 70%! I guess 100% is too much to ask for. Good riddance ! !

StoneJackBaller writes:

I watched Gruden's QB camp with him. I didn't realize just how much he lacks between the ears until I saw this. Just looking in his eyes, you can see it. Kind of empty. The smart thing to do was to stay in school and go for a degree. But, that would require being smart.

Like Gruden pointed out though...helluva arm, so someone will take the chance. I'm curious what his wonderlic score was.

NashvillePreds writes:

in response to vol98champ:

A better question is what could have been.

x2

tenacjim#211887 writes:

in response to iron_eyez7#227558:

I like how he gained weight and worked out to improve his draft status. He is so dedicated. OH wait ! Where was that dedication when you were a VOL? You weren't getting paid! Got it!! You gave us 70% every year. Thanks for the 70%! I guess 100% is too much to ask for. Good riddance ! !

I agree. He did more in 3 months with $$ on the line than he did in the prior three years....

beartn#223846 writes:

Keep in mind that he led the 2nd most prolific offense we had. My guess is that the most prolific offense had he ball more, because they had a good defense to go with it. I think he's right to go this year, because it's a weak QB year and he would have to break in all new receivers next year. I hope he does well. It reflects better on our program if he does. As someone earlier pointed out, he came across country and stayed after the coach that recruited him bolted. I appreciate that he came, and I hope he is successful in the future.

EDDIE_2 writes:

It would have been beautiful,best offense in SEC.

Rockytopfan96 writes:

1st ROUND!!!!!

Vol69 writes:

in response to baldingalum:

One of the more unappreciated players we have ever had. He comes across the country to go to college. The guy who recruits him bolts. He plays during one of the real low points in school history. He gets too much blame for our losses.

He has a great arm and good height. He will make it. He will start.

Is that why he is being picked so high??

RashaadSalabeb writes:

Shocked he didn't get drafted. I wish him luck trying to make a team.

Go Vols!

Rockytopfan96 writes:

Sooooooooooooooooo shocked too!!! Ima miss him!!:(

BIVOLAR_BEARE writes:

Wow, what a punch in the gut..

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