For instance, despite his early commitment, Texas wanted Ray to attend one of their Junior Days. And, both Nebraska and Texas Tech continue wooing the Scout.com Texas Top 200 prospect, hoping to convince him to take a closer look at their respective programs.
JR Season Stats: 86 tackles, 12 TFL, 13 sacks.
Accolades: 1st-Team all-district.
Weight room-numbers: 300 Bench, 270 Incline, 360 Squat, 300 Power clean.
Scouting Report (via Coach Quisenberry): "He's been a 2-year starter for us and will be a 3-year starter for us this year. The biggest thing to note is he's so strong. Of course, he's plays basketball, so he can get a lot stronger than he already is, and will. The neatest thing is his athleticism. He was a running back before, so he's really athletic. Last year he played DT and NT for us but this year, we're going to put him on the edge because he's so explosive. He has phenomenal quickness, can dunk a basketball and when he wants, can be unblockable. He recently came in weighing 275 pounds and hasn't lost any speed or quickness."