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Tyler Bray has done well in camp, but he could have used one more year with the Vols.
Big arm with potential.
After the conclusion of the 2012 season, that phrase perfectly fit Tennessee's Tyler Bray.
Despite a 5-7 record, the Vols' junior quarterback threw for a career-high 3,612 passing yards and 34 touchdowns, which was a major leap in production from the year before.
With an offense that features one of the highest-quality lines in the game, Bray would have most likely eclipsed those numbers this fall. He was just getting started, despite the loss of receivers Justin Hunter and Cordarrelle Patterson, who each declared early for the draft.
As of early August, Bray, an undrafted free agent, was tabbed as the Kansas City Chiefs' No. 3 quarterback behind backup Chase Daniel and starter Alex Smith.