Which Of The Undrafted Vols Have The Best Chance To Make An Impact In The NFL In 2013

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Apr 20, 2013; Knoxville, TN, USA; Tennessee Volunteers fans line up for autographs before the spring Orange and White game at Neyland Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports

Last weekend the University of Tennessee had five former Vols drafted by NFL teams. That was of course below the number of eight that we had projected to be drafted (and we completely missed out on former Vol Montori Hughes).

The four Vols that we projected to be drafted, and weren’t, have now all agreed to terms with an NFL team. Now it’s time to take a look at which of those Vols has the best chance to make an immediate impact in 2013.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005102554690 Jason Taylor

    Bray ends up entrenched as #2… That’s a bit of nonsense. Did you do any homework at all on the contract the Chiefs gave Chase Daniel? Bray ends as #3 if he’s lucky and more likely… Practice squad.

    Bray is not just a guy with a couple character questions… He’s a serious issue. He’s Cryin Leaf.

    He’ll get a shot but he will not, without any doubt end up as the Chiefs #2 guy.

    I’m a homer too man but c’mon.

  • http://www.facebook.com/zach.ragan.779 Zach Ragan

    Chase Daniel was also an undrafted free agent and has 55 career passing yards in four seasons. If Bray just get his head halfway straight he should have no problem beating out a guy that comes from a spread offense background.

  • delashmit

    Zach Rogers