The talented junior is extremely versatile and while he is listed on the roster at quarterback, he plays various other positions as the team needs him to.
Standing at 6’0, 185 pounds, Gray could easily fill in at a multitude of postitions at the next level.
In the weight-room, Gray handles business, as he has a max squat of 390 pounds, as well as a power clean max of 265 pounds.
Gray also runs a 4.79 in the forty-yard-dash, and adds in a broad jump of 9ft 6in.
On the season, Gray helped lead his team to an impressive 9-0 start, before dropping their lone loss in a playoff game.
On the year, Gray was able to amass 1,678 total yards of offense, in the Wing-T based system that he ran.
For his performance on the year, Gray added Offensive MVP of the year for District 22-6Ato his Newcomer of the Year Award the previous year.
Though the season had its fair share of ups and downs in dealing with the pandemic, Gray feels like it’s too early to count them out for next year.
“We likely could have done better at the end,” Gray said. “We have to work on coming together more as a team, in search of the same common goal in the future. We fought hard til the final whistle, and came up short, but we will be back next year.”
Gray has a few things that allow for him to standout as a player, and he feels those things will help him in the future.
“My leadership is a big thing that stands out,” Gray said. “My voice carries a lot of weight with my team. I do a lot of great things off the field, but the best things I do are off the field, and in my community.”
With a 3.4 GPA, Gray certainly does what it takes off the field, and in the classroom, where it matters most!
While he does not yet hold any offers, Gray is the caliber of player that won’t sit around long without one!