He returned on Sunday from a trip to North Carolina State. On Wednesday he is traveling to Starkville to check out the Mississippi State Bulldogs. On Friday, he expects to take an official visit to nearby Auburn.
"My trip to North Carolina State was pretty nice," Gray says. "I liked it a lot. They are recruiting me as a cornerback and so is Mississippi State."
Gray says he currently checks in at 6-3, 180 pounds with 4.45 speed in the 40. He was a three-year starter for Coach Spence McCracken at Opelika High, all on defense as a corner.
"I would say my strength is that I am fast and I can jam the receivers real good at the line of scrimmage," he says. "I like to play bump and run coverage. I like to get real aggressive with the receivers."
Gray is the son of former Auburn defensive back Jimmie Warren. He is interested in playing for the Tigers, too, but so far he doesn't have a scholarship offer from the Tigers.
Gray, who averages 11 points per game in basketball, says he is still weighing his college options. "Right now I have no leader," he says.