TE Changes Things Up

One of the top tight ends in the country just returned from his first official visit to Boston College. The 6-foot-5 and 230 pound four-star standout will also change up his official visit plans.

"My official visit to Boston College went very good," James Dray of Oradell (NJ) Bergen Catholic said. "The coaches and the players were great. The atmosphere was very good. I would rate by visit a nine out of ten."

Dray was originally set to visit Florida State on (1/7). However, he has switched things up some.

"I'm going to visit Stanford on (1/7) now," he said. "I'm probably going to still visit Miami and I'm going to visit Florida State for sure but I don't know the dates."

Last night the New Jersey standout had a phone conversation with Seminole tight end coach John Lilly.

"He talked about the bowl preparation and how he can't wait to get back up here to talk with me and my parents again," Dray said.

Dray helped lead his team to the state championship by catching 28 passes for 320 yards and one touchdown.

He is an excellent student who carries a 3.5 grade point average and a 1090 score on the SAT test.

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