Tyler Bray from the Tennessee Volunteers, Peyton Manning’s alma mater, went undrafted in 2013, and was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Bray had decent stats in college accumulating over 7400 yards in three seasons, 69 touchdowns against 28 interceptions, and completing 58 percent of his passes. Bray has the size the coaches love at 6-feet-6 and has a cannon for a arm.
According to his NFL draft profile, Bray is a impressive quarterback, but lacks some of the necessary footwork and pocket presence. He is a pure arm talent and a project quarterback for any NFL team, which is exactly what he has been for KC.
In the 2013 preseason Bray racked up 220 yards, three touchdowns to one interceptions and completed only 52 percent of his passes; not very impressive stats, but what was expected with a undrafted rookie. In 2014 Bray was a little better, completing 59 percent of his passes for 238 yards with two touchdowns to two interceptions; better but not by much. Bray missed all of 2015 with a torn ACL so he did not play in the preseason.
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