Tyler Bray is the most important player on the Tennessee Volunteers. The junior quarterback has shown a ton of potential in his two years, but he's not without his faults. Here are his strengths and weaknesses.
The California native used to sport one of the most awkward frames in college football. He was 6'6" and 210 pounds, a very slight body for an SEC starter. But all signs point toward a commitment level that has seen him bulk up 30 pounds, something I can't wait to see on Aug. 31.
One way to look at his remaining weaknesses is to see them as opportunities. For a quarterback as good as Bray, he still has room to improve and vault himself to the top of the college football world.
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