Junior Split End Counted on To Fill Open Spot and Make Plays

No, he can't add the height, not in just one summer. But if Donald Gray can't bring the same altitude as did De'Runnya Wilson, he certainly will bring plenty aptitude to split end.

And along that line, Gray is proud to have put on more pounds so he can play with more physical presence working the outside receiver routes. But, he said, without losing any speed to either added muscle or the two spring weeks lost to a knee problem.

That has been fixed and healed over summer, too. Which is why Coach Dan Mullen and receivers coach Billy Gonzales are already treating junior Gray as a new starter in the receiver rotation. And why Mississippi State's top wideout, Fred Ross, declares Gray to be a Bulldog breakout story for 2016.


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