Chardon (Ohio) High tight end Andrew Gray picked up an offer from Maryland a little over a month ago. Now he is making the trip out to the east coast to check out the campus.
As Maryland prepares to move to the Big Ten, the Terps are looking to add some big time physical players. That is exactly how Chardon (Ohio) High tight end Andrew Gray picked up an offer from Maryland.
The 6-foot-4, 220-pound tight end said he did not know too much about Maryland's program when he picked up the offer, but over the past month he has been busy studying up on the program.
"I have been impressed with everything I have seen from the school online and through the coaches so far," said Gray, who will be visiting campus on June 13. "I will be driving out there on Wednesday and I am definitely pumped to get out there."
Gray has continued to build a relationship with his recruiter Greg Gattuso and he recently got chance to talk with head coach Randy Edsall.
"I actually just got the chance to talk with Coach Edsall," Gray said. "He [Edsall] said he was looking forward to meeting me when I came to visit and they were excited to have me on campus."
Gray also holds offers from Buffalo, Louisville, Ohio, Toledo and Maryland among others. The Chardon stand out said that at this point Maryland is at the top of his list and there is a possibility he could commit during his visit.
Gray said, "I am honestly not sure yet, I will make my decision whenever it feels right for me and my family, but I am not exactly when that will be."
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