It's down to 2 schools for California's Bray

For one California signal callers it's down to two schools, the one he is currently committed to and another bigger school in the south east. Tennessee is in dire need of a quarterback that fits Lane Kiffin's new pro style offense, one of their top targets appears to be Tyler Bray. Bray confirmed Sunday afternoon that it's indeed down to two schools for him. Is UT one of those two schools?

For one California signal callers it's down to two schools, the one he is currently committed to and another bigger school in the south east.

Tennessee is in dire need of a quarterback that fits Lane Kiffin's new pro style offense, the Volunteers have lost out over the summer to a few of their top targets.

Bray confirmed Sunday afternoon that it's indeed down to two schools for him.

"San Diego State and Tennessee are the only two schools I'm focusing on right now," Bray explained. "I will make the trip to Tennessee for their season opener, I can't wait, and I'm very excited about the trip."

What intrigues Bray about the University of Tennessee?

"There are a lot of things that intrigue me, but mostly the thought of running out of the tunnel in front of 108,000 screaming fans," Bray said. "To play football at the highest level, the SEC has some of the top teams in it and that league is always in the battle for the national championship."

Bray's mom and dad and little brother will also make the trip down south to check out the Rocky Top experience.

"My whole family wants to come and see it and see what all the excitement is about," Bray said. "It's down to those two schools where I will spend the next four to five years of my life at."

Bray is keeping in constant contact with the Volunteer coaching staff.

"I call them at least once a week," Bray said. "We talk about my upcoming visit and how things are going for their football program."

One thing that Bray is very much of aware of is the fact that the Volunteers have snagged commitments from some of the top wide receivers in the country.

"Having top notch wide receivers for me to throw to is always a good thing," Bray said. "I was very excited to hear about those guys choosing Tennessee."

Bray, who is listed at 6-foot-7, and 190-pounds, threw for over 2,400 yards and 26 touchdowns as a junior.

His performance last fall and in camps this summer has impressed Scout.com West Regional Expert Brandon Huffman.

"Bray is one of the top prospects in Central California," Huffman said. "He's got a nice, smooth release and good zip on his throws. Sees the field well and has good accuracy and does a great job of going through his progressions."

Bray is currently a soft verbal commitment to San Diego State, Scout.com considers prospect taking other official visits to be a soft verbal.


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