It's Still A Gray Area

This in-state prospect is still trying to make a decision on where to sign.

Opelika, Ala.--Defensive back Jeremy Gray may become a second generation Auburn football player after initially committing to another college on Monday. However, that is still undecided.

The son of former Auburn cornerback Jimmie Warren announced that he would sign with North Carolina State after visiting AU this past weekend. He also took official visits to N.C. State and Mississippi State.

Jeremy Gray

"Jeremy is still wrestling with his decision and is not sure what he is going to do," says Opelika High coach Spence McCracken. "He is a very good player and I believe his feelings were hurt a little bit that Auburn didn't offer him a scholarship until last week."

North Carolina State offered Gray a scholarship a week earlier on his visit to Raleigh, N.C.

Gray, who is 6-3, 180 pounds with 4.45 speed in the 40, was a three-year starter for McCracken at Opelika High, all on defense as a cornerback. He also plays basketball for the Bulldogs and is one of his team's top players. He averages 11 points per game for OHS>

"Jeremy is a very talented player," says McCracken.

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