Tyler Bray will be one of the most polarizing prospects eligible for the 2013 NFL Draft if early signs are any indication. The 6-foot-6 quarterback slings the ball with ease. Few can match his physical tools, but one big red flag was Bray's lanky frame.
Apparently, he's been hitting the weights.
Since coming out of high school weighing 186 pounds, Bray has added nearly 40 pounds to his frame, including 20 since the end of his sophomore season, bringing him to 220 pounds, according to Bruce Feldman. Bray still has some room to fill out his massive frame, but the added weight is a huge bonus for the quarterback who has struggled to stay healthy in his career.
Still, the questions about Bray's laid back attitude are what he'll have to answer most this season. At the Manning Passing Academy, his personality was compared to that of Matt Leinart, which is not a good sign considering Leinart's personality contributed to his NFL shortcomings.
Bray is an intriguing prospect who is building hype as the season draws closer. We'll have much more on Bray throughout the offseason and continuing on through his junior campaign.