Biography: Started four games as a senior, posting 114 attempts/791 yards/12 TDs on the ground. Played in seven games the prior year, carrying the ball 20 times for 100 yards before being shelved with a knee injury.
Positives: Short yet compact ballcarrier who picks up the difficult yardage. Patient, waits for blocks to develop and keeps his feet moving on contact. Displays short-area quickness, turns it on a single step and runs hard. Picks up the difficult yardage and falls forward when tackled. Shows a burst through the hole, runs low to the ground and has the ability to break tackles. Solid footwork in a small area. Weaves through traffic, finding the open space and choosing his spots on the inside. Solid pass protector who sees the blitz and works to get a pad on defenders.
Negatives: Loses momentum when he must immediately alter his angle of attack. One-speed ballcarrier. Prior knee issues may raise red flags.
Analysis: Gray is a talented ballcarrier with the ability to be the third man on the depth chart at the next level and handle interior ball carrying duties.
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