MarQueis Gray, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound quarterback from Indianapolis (IN) Ben Davis, who played in the U.S. Army All-American Game, was considered the Gophers' top recruit in the Class of 2008. Gray announced his commitment to Minnesota over Oregon at the U.S. Army All-American Game. Gray received a four-star ranking from Scout.com, which ranked him as the nation's No. 14 high school quarterback.
Gray missed the majority of his senior season after suffering a broken bone in his non-throwing arm. He saw action in just five games during 2007, including three after returning from the injury.
"I'm confident that I can clear up my situation this fall and I'm excited to re-join my teammates at Minnesota," said Gray, a highly-touted freshman quarterback.
"We look forward to having Marqueis back with the Gopher football program soon," Brewster said.
Marqueis Gray Hopes to Return in Spring
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