And recently, he pulled in his first offer.
"I got an offer from Rice a few weeks ago," Gray said. "I hadn't really heard from Rice until then. I'm real excited because this shows I can bring something else to the table with academics."
Rice may be his first, but others are coming after the talented signal caller. He mentioned schools like Oklahoma, Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Florida, and LSU as the schools that have shown some heavy interest.
But the 6-foot-2, 185-pound Gray is still grateful to have one under his belt.
"I think that Rice is a great first offer," Gray said. "I think I could fit in well with the scheme and they definitely offer great academics. But, I will keep waiting to see what else comes so I would say right now I am neutral and have no favorites."
Gray has also been invited to a few junior days and plans to take a few trips during the off-season.
Rice signed two of Gray's backefiled mates on Wednesday - Shane Turner and Denzel Wells. Could the trio be reunited? It's a long way until signing day, so only time will tell. And with plenty of options in front of him Gray is in no hurry to make a decision.
Scout.com Update: Texas received a commit from Garrett Gilbert on Thursday. He is a 4 star recruit and considered by most one of the top QB's in the country.
This past season, Gray threw for 3,261 yards and 32 touchdowns.