Biography: Four-year starter who finished his senior season with 11/149/3 after 2/12/2 as a junior. Career totals of 19/178/1 came during his freshman season.
Positives: Strong, blocking tight end who does an effective job catching the ball. Blocks with good lean, anchors at the point, and quickly gets his hands into defenders. Works hard until the whistle blows and helps out line-mates. Relatively nifty, effectively adjusts and makes the errant reception in stride as a pass catcher. Looks the ball into his hands and extends to make the reception away from his frame.
Negatives: Marginal speed and shows little in the way of burst. Not a downfield pass-catching threat.
Analysis: Dray is an accomplished college tight end whose primary duties at the next level will be blocking on the line of scrimmage. He does not possess the great upside, yet he has the potential to be a competent number two for an NFL team.
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