|Position:||Guard / Nose Guard|
|Offers:||Texas Tech, Arizona State, Colorado State, Fresno State, Houston, New Mexico, North Texas, San Diego State, Southern Miss, Texas State, Tulsa, UNLV, Western Kentucky|
|High School:||Amarillo (Amarillo, TX)|
|Commitment Date:||November 21, 2021|
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Erik Gray was the second commitment from Sunday, a guard that plays both ways and I think is maybe supposed to play guard in college.
— Erik Gray (@ErikGray14) November 22, 2021
Big thick body with a lot of strength, not a ton of height, he’s an absolute unit in terms of what a guard should look like. Gray is a good mover up and down the line of scrimmage, pulls really well for a guard, and looks like an excellent athlete. I can really envision Gray pulling up and down the line of scrimmage quite easily. The thing with Gray is that he may be a better teammate and person than he is a player.
Class 5A DI Area
Colleyville Heritage 31,
Amarillo High 10
Senior OL-DL and @TexasTechFB offer @ErikGray14 talks passionately to his senior teammates following loss.@JoeyMcGuireTTU @NC10_Sports @SportsDrive3 @PressPassSports @dctf #txhsfb pic.twitter.com/uvtRYu3knS
— Lance Lahnert (@lancelahnert) November 20, 2021
Gray’s commitment is the first offensive commitment under Joey McGuire and I have a feeling that we’re just getting started. I wish I knew why Gray wasn’t on the radar of the former staff, but given the rate of commitments, I would delve into that question more than a handful of times between now and the December signing day.