Rob Gray, a 6’2 combo guard at Howard College, has taken two official visits so far after completing his red-shirt freshman year of junior college.
He visited Texas Tech two weeks ago and followed that up with an official visit to Tennessee. Gray said he really enjoyed his time at Texas Tech and was very impressed with their staff. Texas Tech just picked up a commitment from Cloud County guard Devon Thomas though, which could mean that they are out of the race for Gray. Upon arrival at Tennessee, Gray found out that Donnie Tyndall had been let go. Gray said that he enjoyed his time at Tennessee and also noted that one of the assistant coaches handled the visit very well. He said that he is still considering Tennessee and would like to talk with their new staff once they are in place.
Gray has a visit set up to Memphis for next weekend (April 10-12) and is still considering a handful of other schools. He may take one more visit after Memphis, but hasn’t made a decision on that yet. Gray said he is considering Georgia Tech and Colorado State if he does in fact take another official visit in April.
Gray averaged 18.2 points per game this season as a red-shirt freshman at Howard College (TX). He is a strong combo-guard who has a body built for the next level. He is very good at attacking the rim off the dribble and plays off of two feet. He isn’t a big-time athlete, but makes up for that with his strength and toughness. Gray is a very intriguing prospect and has three years of eligibility remaining.
Check back soon for updates on his Memphis visit and if he plans to set up other visits.