Football Bowl Subdivision
                  === Tennessee QB Bray declares for draft ===
 Knoxville,  TN  (Sports  Network)  -  Quarterback Tyler  Bray  is  among  four
 Tennessee football players who declared for the NFL draft Wednesday.
 Wide  receivers Justin Hunter and Cordarrelle Patterson, and defensive lineman
 Darrington  Sentimore have  also made  their intentions  known to  Volunteers'
 coach Butch Jones.
 Bray  led  Tennessee to a  5-7 record  this past season, completing 268-of-451
 passes for 3,612 yards with 34 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
 In  28  career games with  Tennessee, Bray completed  59 percent of his passes
 for 7,444 career passing yards, 69 touchdowns and 28 interceptions.
 He leaves the school ranked fourth in total offense, passing yards, completion
 attempts and touchdowns.
 Hunter  finished  the 2012 season with  73 receptions for 1,083 yards and nine
 The Virginia Beach native ranks 11th in Tennessee's all-time list in receiving
 yards with 1,812 and is tied for fifth in receiving touchdowns with 18 over 28
 games, including 17 starts.
 Patterson  started all  12 games in his  lone season with the Vols and set the
 school  record  for all-purpose yards with  1,873. He had 778 receiving yards,
 323 rushing yards and 772 yards on kick returns.
 Sentimore  had 18  tackles and four sacks  in 12 games for Tennessee this past
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