Bray keeping up with his Tennessee Vols

The next eight weeks is going to be crazy for one high school football prospect. Within an eight-week period one California signal caller will try to win a state championship, graduate from high school in December and enroll in college in January. Just another walk in the park for future Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray. Go "Inside" for the latest on Bray's recruitment.

The next eight weeks is going to be crazy for one high school football prospect.

Within an eight-week period one California signal caller will try to win a state championship, graduate from high school in December and enroll in college in January.

Just another walk in the park for future Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray.

Bray has currently led his Kingsbury High School team to a perfect 7-0 record; in the process he has accumulated some impressive stats. The Tennessee commitment was 19-26 for 230 yards and two touchdowns this past Friday. His season totals are even more impressive.

Through seven ballgames, Bray has completed 97 passes out of 157 attempts for 1,795 yards, and 22 touchdowns against only three interceptions.

"I'm living the life," Bray told InsideTennessee.com Sunday. "The next few weeks are going to be crazy. December 20 is my last day of high school, and then I will be going to college. Everything is happening very fast, it's very exciting."

Bray couldn't be happier with his earlier decision about becoming a Tennessee Volunteer. Even though he is a long way away from Knoxville, it hasn't kept Bray from keeping up with his future team.

"That was such an intense game Saturday," Bray said of the Tennessee vs. Alabama game. "We should have won that one; that loss was hard to accept. The defense really stepped up and Jonathan Crompton was really throwing a nice ball all day."

Bray will enroll in Knoxville in early January and will go through spring ball with Tennessee.

"I have been calling the coaching staff at least once a week," Bray said. "I have been watching every game I can get here. This is program is one on the rise, I'm very happy to be a part of it."


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