Tyler Bray is a project with enough natural talent to get drafted but he’s not ready to start in the NFL. Bray is an early entry into the draft and while his time this year is best spent on an NFL team, he’s best served sitting and learning.
He has potential to develop into an NFL starting quarterback but he is so raw that his inconsistencies and mechanical flaws go hand in hand with his potential. In situations like this, he could just as easily become nothing more than a backup.
He’ll have to answer questions about his leadership, maturity, willingness to take a hit and learn to take snaps under center. He is a pure (immobile) pocket passer who can throw an accurate deep ball, the slant and post, and when his mechanics are good he can rifle a pass into tight spaces; at other times he’ll throw the ball in the dirt due to those same throwing mechanics. He can throw the ball to the back shoulder and accurately on the move. He has natural passing talent, a rifle for an arm but he has a way to go to emerge as a starting quarterback.
I would probably pass on him in dynasty drafts and take my chances on one of the wide receivers or one of the other quarterbacks, he is that inconsistent. If you decide to grab him in a deeper dynasty league a late third is the most I’d be willing to invest at this point and I’d have to have questions at the quarterback position. He’ll have no value in redrafts