Bray, who plays both sides of the ball in high school, will be playing offense for GT. "He went for a visit this past weekend and he committed last night to them verbally to go as a fullback," Riddick said.
Riddick checked out the roster and noted that Trevor was listed at 6'1", 230. With a varying range of reported heights and weights for Bray, AD Reddick cleared some of that up.
"He's probably more 6'0" than 6'1"," Riddick said. "He's right at 6-feet tall. If you say 6-feet, that's about as close of a measurement as you can get. The weight is right on. He fluctuates between 220 and 230."
Bray isn't a football-only star, he excels at other sports for his high school as well.
"Trevor's a three-sport athlete here," Riddick said. "I know part of the recruitment process he was getting was for track & field. He was the state shot put champion for independent schools in the state of Virginia. He has the conference record with 54 feet. I know that was part of the recruiting process. Several schools were trying to recruit him for both."
"He's a nice specimen," Riddick said. "He's got a nice football physique. He's definitely going to be a good fullback." AD Riddick also noted that, "He's a good student," with a GPA in the 3.0 range.
Scout.com also contacted Bray's Head Coach to learn more about his offers. Coach Kirby mentioned that Trevor had garnered offers from East Carolina, Wake Forest, and James Madison in addition to GT. Vanderbilt was another school in the mix but had yet to offer. When Bray mentioned to his coach that he was about to commit, Kirby emphasized that he needed to be very sure and take his visits if he felt like he needed to. According to Kirby, "he said it just felt like home to him,' and wanted to go ahead and make the call.
Trevor was recruited to GT by running backs coach Curtis Modkins.