The Irish recently offered in writing. "They offered me a couple weeks ago," Dray said. "I was really happy about that."
The Irish are recruiting Dray for a tight end. "I haven't spoken to them since they've offered me," he said. "They told me they were recruiting me as a tight end. That's what I want to play in college."
The Oradell, N.J. native says he'll take his time before deciding where he'll play his college football. "I'll probably decide some time after my season," Dray said. "I want to take my visits and see what happens. I plan to take all my visits."
When Dray does make his final decision, academics will be his top priority. "Education will be No. 1," Dray said when asked what he's looking for in a school. "My degree has to have some bearing in the world after I graduate. The reputation of the football program will be important. I'll also look at school where I have a chance to play early in my career."
Dray says he'll use the early months of his season to narrow down his list. "I'll just talk to the coaches and see which coaches I feel comfortable with to narrow it down," he said. "I'll see where I think I'll fit in best and make sure they are not feeding me a bunch of crap."
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