Jake and Max Wray Visit Texas for Unofficial Visit

Jake and Max Wray made an unofficial visit to the University of Texas and walked away with two new offers from the Longhorns. The offensive linemen are wanted by just about every major program in America.

Inside the Numbers

Jake Wray

Offensive Tackle

6-foot-4 ½, 292-pounds

Franklin (TN)

Franklin High School

Class 2020

 

Notable Offers

Alabama Crimson Tide

Georgia Bulldogs

LSU Tigers

Miami (Fl) Hurricanes

Ohio State Buckeyes

UCLA Bruins

Texas Longhorns

Max Wray

Offensive Tackle

6-foot-6, 281-pounds

Franklin (TN)

Franklin High School

Class 2018

 

Notable Offers

Alabama Crimson Tide

Georgia Bulldogs

Clemson Tigers

LSU Tigers

Tennessee Volunteers

Texas Longhorns

UCLA Bruins

“The vibe there was great,” Jake Wray said. “It was a good feeling there. I think the first thing I did on Monday was meet with Coach Warehime.  For me, it was about getting to know the coaches.  Which I got to know them pretty well on the visit.  We spoke to Coach Herman and Coach Warehime and Coach Beck.  We got there after looking around the city of Austin which is a really cool town. And we went, and we talked to the Head, strength coach.  And then went into meetings and looked at the stadium and took a campus tour then proceeded to practice.  The stadium was awesome so was the campus.  It was really big.”

Jake and Max were accompanied by both parents and had a chance to watch as Texas put the pads on for the first time this season.

“They went pretty hard for the first day of pads,” Jake Wray said.  “We got to see the circle drill which was pretty cool.  I’m not too familiar with the names of the players on Texas, but the team looked good.  It’s been a special experience for me as a kid who grew up with aspirations of going to college and playing football.  It's really been amazing.  I would say Memphis-LSU and Alabama are recruiting me the hardest. They said that we both have an offer to The University of Texas and that they really want us and think we are great fits in their program.” 


Horns Digest Top Stories