GRAY'S HONOR ROLL:
- 2017 Honorable Mention All-Big Ten
As a Junior (2017): Started all 12 games at left tackle ... earned the team's James M. Tatum Memorial Award as the team's best lineman ... had the fourth-best pass-blocking efficiency according to Pro Football Focus ... helped the Maryland running game eclipse 160 yards/g for the third consecutive season - the longest such streak for the program since 2001-03 ... also protected Maryland's four different starting quarterbacks which threw only eight interceptions - the fewest for the program since 2003 ... helped pave the way for Ty Johnson's 132 rush yards against Texas (9/2) and 124 rush yards against Towson (9/9) back-to-back weeks ... also helped Ty Johnson record 130 rush yards against Minnesota (9/30).
As a Sophomore (2016): Appeared in all 13 games, making three starts at left tackle ... helped pave the way for a Maryland rushing offense that eclipsed 2,500 yards for the first time since 2003 ... helped Ty Johnson become the ninth 1,000-yard rusher in Maryland history ... led way for Maryland to score six rushing touchdowns against Howard (9/3) ... blocked for Ty Johnson’s 204-yard rushing performance vs. Purdue (10/1) ... helped Ty Johnson and Lorenzo Harrison both eclipse 100 rushing yards vs. Michigan State (10/22) ... blocked for Ty Johnson’s 142-yard rushing day at Indiana (10/29) ...made first collegiate start at #2 Michigan (11/5) ... helped Ty Johnson rush for 168 yards vs. Rutgers (11/26).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2015): Appeared in two games, making collegiate debut against Michigan (10/3).
As a Freshman (2014): Redshirt season.
At Fork Union Military Academy: Spent the 2013 season at Fork Union Military Academy where he was coached by John Shuman.
At Friendship Collegiate Academy: Helped lead Friendship Collegiate to the 2012 DCSAA Championship as a senior … played in the Under Armor All-American Game … also played on the South Team at the Chesapeake Bowl … ranked the number two player in Washington, D.C. by Rivals and the number one recruit the Nation’s Capital by ESPN … named second-team All-Met by The Washington Post … coached by Aazaar Abdul-Rahim.