Will Gray finish career as a Buff?

Former Georgia wide receiver and quarterback Logan Gray visited Boulder over the weekend for the spring game and came away impressed with the program and the new coaching staff. Get inside for more.

Logan Gray traveled back to Athens, Ga., tonight from his visit to Boulder. In a text message asking if he was going to be a Buff next fall, he replied, "That's what it looks like as of now."

Gray said he was slammed with homework and will expand on his visit and his future on Monday after school.

As of now, it appears Colorado coaches have added some badly needed depth to the roster at wide receiver for a grueling schedule in 2011 in which the Buffs will play 13 consecutive games, including 11 against BCS competition.

Gray is eligible to transfer and play without sitting out because he will graduate from Georgia in May and is transferring to a school that offers a postgraduate program Georgia does not.

Gray originally signed with Georgia as a highly recruited quarterback after a standout high school career in Columbia, Mo. He played sparingly under center with the Bulldogs and saw an opportunity for more playing time as a wide receiver and punt return man. So he changed positions in 2009 and played in all 13 games for the Bulldogs last season, catching nine passes for 105 yards and a touchdown. He also ran once for five yards and returned six punts for 39 yards.

He had the misfortune of being stuck behind A.J. Green on the depth chart most of the season. So once Green returned from an early season suspension, Gray's playing time fell off.

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