Wish Logan the best and an extremely productive season.
Gray confirmed to the Boulder Daily Camera earlier Monday that he has decided to transfer to the Buffaloes for his final season of collegiate eligibility. As the wide receiver will pursue a postgraduate degree in a program not offered at his former school, Gray will be eligible to play immediately instead of sitting out the one season normally required to satisfy NCAA transfer rules.Gray’s younger brother currently attends CU, and he said that played a big role in his decision.Well, that and the opportunity to come in and contribute immediately. For a team with very little experienced depth at the position, Gray’s talents will be a welcome addition.“They told me that they have a couple pretty strong wide receivers like Paul Richardson and a couple other guys, but they could definitely use some help,” Gray said. “And then obviously returning punts. They’re looking for another guy to help make an impact on offense and special teams.”
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Gray intends to land in Boulder
Former Georgia quarterback, receiver and punt return deceiver has decided on the Colorado Buffaloes as his next stop. He'll join his younger brother in Boulder; sounds like that played a big factor in the decision.