Central Valley QB lands first two

Quarterback Tyler Bray (6-6, 190, 4.9) from Kingsburg, Calif., has impressed onlookers at every camp that he has been at. His accuracy and arm has really stood out at every camp.
It obvious that he has worked hard in the offseason because he is a lot better than he was a year ago at the same time. When you take his height, he's a legitimate 6-foot-6, into account, then you have the makings of a successful quarterback prospect.
Bray had an outstanding junior season that saw him throw for 2,624 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also added four more touchdowns on the ground and had 200-plus rushing yards.

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Bray's junior season performance saw him earn Area Offensive Player of the Year, League Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-league as a junior.
Not rest on any laurels, Bray has been busy since January, taking in every camp that has been open to him. He has participated in the US Army All-American Combine, the NIKE Camp held in Palo Alto, UCLA One Day Camp, USC's Rising Stars Camp and just this past weekend, he impressed at the Las Vegas Elite 11 Regional Camp.
Due to his camp performances there is every reason to believe that Bray is about to explode. He recently received his first two offers from Fresno State and San Diego State. He has been getting a lot of attention and due to his fine performance at the USC Rising Star Camp where he was making all the throw, he received a lot of attention from Jeremy Bates and he is now on USC's radar.
Also impressed by Bray's performance was 12-year NFL quarterback Erik Kramer who has had an excellent track record of late developing quarterbacks at Erik Kramer Passing Camp and ErikKramer.com.
"Tyler looked very efficient and balanced at USC's Rising Stars Camp," Kramer said. "He looked like he good anticipation and ball placement, which is key for being successful on the next level."
Bray's head coach at Kingsburg high school, Dave Steele had the following to say about his talented up and coming signal caller.
"Tyler is your prototypical pro style quarterback," Steele said. "He sees the field very well and very good knowledge of the game.
"Tyler has deceptive mobility for a big man. He moves around very well in the pocket and he's a tough kid that doesn't shy away from contact. Most importantly he is a great competitor."
Definitely a quarterback to keep and eye on this the rest of the summer and fall.