Maybe more than any other conference, the SEC is known for producing big-time talent.
Both are just sophomores, and both have put up big numbers so far in 2011.
The question is, who has the brighter future?
Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray has been spectacular so far in 2011, completing 78.5 percent of his passes for almost 700 yards, seven touchdowns and no interceptions.
Bray has the size (6'6", 210 lbs) to withstand hits and the arm strength to keep his team in any game.
The sophomore signal-caller's performance in Week 3 against the 16th-ranked Florida Gators should provide the Volunteer faithful with a true picture of his talent.
At Georgia, quarterback Aaron Murray is finally helping Bulldog fans forget Matthew Stafford.
Despite the Bulldogs' 0-2 record, Murray has been spectacular to start 2011, completing more than 60 percent of his passes for almost 500 yards and six scores with just two interceptions.
Murray should continue to put up big numbers, and the Bulldogs should get their first win of the season when they play FCS Coastal Carolina in Week 3.
There is no question that both Bray and Murray are ultra-talented, and both have bright futures in the SEC and beyond.
However, it is Bray who has the size, make-up and situation to be the more successful of the two.
Skills aside, you cannot discount the instability surrounding Mark Richt and the Georgia program—especially compared to Tennessee, where Derek Dooley has the Volunteers on the rise in only his second season as head coach.