The scouting process for the draft runs primarily from September through mid- April. The athletic testing portion of the evaluation process takes center stage starting in February. However, how NFL draft prospects perform in actual football games is what matters most. Here is a closer look at some of the notable prospects in the Georgia- Tennessee contest and their impact on the outcome:QB Tyler Bray, Tennessee, Junior: Statistics can be misleading in sports. This is especially true when evaluating quarterback play. Bray had a decent game against Georgia (24 completions in 45 attempts (53%), 281 yards (6.2 yards per attempt), 2 touchdowns (would have had a 3rd, but his receiver dropped a well-thrown deep ball), 3 interceptions (the last was a desperation pass on the final play of the game) and 1 fumble), but turned the ball over repeatedly when Tennessee needed him to make plays in the 2nd half. The Tennessee quarterback has the arm strength and quick release to make every NFL throw. Bray also throws a pretty deep ball with a fine combination of power and touch. However, his footwork and release point can be erratic and results in inconsistent accuracy. He missed Justin Hunter on crossing routes a couple of times on passes he just has to complete. The protection was fine and Hunter was open. It should have been pitch-and-catch, but it wasn’t.Bray’s 2nd interception of the game was a killer for the Vols. Tennessee was down by only 7 points early in the 4th quarter. The Vols are driving and are able to run the ball on Georgia. Bray tries to make a back shoulder throw from midfield. It would have been a good intermediate completion and kept the potential game-tying drive going. The problem was Bray’s pass was poorly thrown and enabled the Georgia cornerback to have a better shot at the ball than his receiver. The back-shoulder pass was thrown too far to the inside and the Georgia defensive back was able to make the interception.Bray had a chance for redemption when Tennessee got the ball back with just under 2 minutes to go and still down by 7. The Vols made it to the Bulldogs 28-yard line before Bray stepped up in the pocket and was stripped of the ball for a huge turnover. How a quarterback plays at crunch-time is what separates them. Bray had his opportunities and threw or fumbled them away. His protection was good throughout the game and Tennessee had success running the ball. The Georgia game hopefully will fuel him to get better. His accuracy, timing, decision-making and mental toughness are all areas that need improvement. Bray has the arm, release and height that NFL teams look for in a quarterback. However, he looked like a prospect that could use another year of experience to become stronger and a more polished passer before entering the NFL.WR Justin Hunter, Tennessee, Junior: The talented wide receiver played better than his pedestrian statistics (3 receptions for 46 yards (15.3 per)) indicate. Hunter was open twice over the middle for potential good gains, but his quarterback was off-target. Hunter is still recovering from ACL surgery performed last season, but he comes out of his breaks well. He did a good job in preventing an interception when Tyler Bray forced a pass to him in the 2nd quarter. Hunter runs the slant well and at six foot four is a big target. Georgia did not press him or be very physical with him. Hunter needs to gain some size and strength to better handle NFL cornerbacks.G Dallas Thomas, Tennessee, Senior: Tennessee rushed for 197 yards on 40 carries (4.9 per) and scored three times. Thomas was solid at left guard and helped open holes for the running game. He seemed to gain strength as the game wore on. Thomas has a solid punch and played with leverage. He did not look stiff and showed some pop in his hips. The former left tackle can move his feet and slide in pass protection.QB Aaron Murray, Georgia, Junior: The Bulldogs’ quarterback was in total control and carved up the Tennessee defense. Murray completed 20 passes in 26 attempts (77%) for 286 yards (11 yards per attempt) with 2 touchdown passes and 1 interception. Murray’s interception was the result of a tipped pass at the line of scrimmage and a fine defensive play. Murray threw the back shoulder fade on time and in the right spot. He also read the blitz well and got rid of the football quickly. Murray spread the ball around and utilized his tight end well. The two-year starter’s biggest mistake in this game was when he let Tennessee strip him of the ball after a sack deep in his own territory. Murray consistently hit receivers in stride and was on top of his short-to-intermediate passing game. He lacks impressive physical tools, but his throwing mechanics and footwork are consistent and fundamentally sound. Murray will face stouter defenses down the road and it will be interesting to see how well he plays.OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia, Junior: Jones uncharacteristically had a quiet 8 tackles and half a tackle for loss. Tennessee’s offensive tackles did a good job of containing his outside rush. Jones was unable to counter to free himself. He will need to add variety to his arsenal to give the more athletic offensive tackles he faces something else to defend. His hustle resulted in a few run stops, but he did not make his defensive presence felt in this game.DT John Jenkins, Georgia, Senior: Tennessee gained a bunch of yards running the ball between the tackles. Jenkins looked sluggish and came off the ball without much explosion. His main contribution was the recovery of Tyler Bray’s 4th quarter fumble. Jenkins finished the game with one tackle. He showed limited range and marginal instincts to anticipate plays. Tennessee was able to move him in the direction they wanted and holes were opened, particularly in the red zone.FS Bacarri Rambo, Georgia, Senior: Rambo saw his first action of the season after serving a suspension. Rambo misplayed a pass early in the game and was lucky that the receiver fell or it would have been a big play. Rambo mistimed his jump and was unable to knock the ball down. Rambo finished the game with 9 tackles and was solid against the run. He came up quickly on a reverse to help limit the gain. Rambo got his feet wet in this game and should make more plays as the season progresses.SS Shawn Williams, Georgia, Senior: Williams was steady with 6 tackles and helped limit the damage of some Tennessee runs. Williams is a good tackler, but did not provide much help in pass coverage. His anticipation was average against Tennessee. Williams took some good angles in pursuit.