Gray holds strong with one offer

Things remain the same for Cuero, Texas wide receiver Trey Gray. However, new schools could be entering the race for the talented two-way player.
Houston made the first scholarship offer for the 6-foot, 170-pounder, but recently a pair of out-of-state schools has been increasing their contact with Gray. One of those is his current leader.
"Texas A&M and Colorado State have been talking to me lately," Gray said. "It's still just the one offer, but they both are talking heavily about offering me too. I think A&M could be next."
Gray says that the Aggies are his current favorite.
"I like the tradition up there," Gray said. "They're all about their tradition and I like that. I'm going there for a camp t his summer and some others. That's the camp I'm looking forward to the most."
A decision will depend on what happens at that camp.
"If A&M offers me early, I'll commit early," Gray said. "If they offer late, I may wait to weigh out all of my other options."
Rice and UTEP have also shown interest in Gray.