2017 Tight End Noah Gray Looks to Attend Toledo's June 19th Summer Camp

The Toledo Rockets are looking for another vertical threat in their offense and they may have found one in Leominster, Massachusetts tight end, Noah Gray.

Noah Gray, a very versatile recruit in the Class of 2017 out of Leominster High School in Leominster, Massachusetts is beginning to receive interest from Toledo. Gray, a six-foot, five-inch prospect with a large frame and outstanding athletic ability says he could be on Toledo's campus for the June 19th summer camp.

Gray, who also plays quarterback at Leominster, already holds offers from Duke and Temple at tight end. Gray says he's excited about communicating with Toledo but says he honestly doesn't know too much about the Rockets.

"I was talking with the Director of High School Relations, Ricky Ciccone and we have been communicating about getting me up there," Gray stated. "I don't know much about Toledo but I went to a camp in Canton, Ohio last summer and thought it was cool."

Gray, who also holds a quarterback offer from Bryant University, is a physical specimen with soft hands, who could fit in to the Rocket offense rather easily. Gray threw for 1,679 yards and 21 touchdowns last season as a junior and also ran the ball 60 times for six touchdowns with two more receiving touchdowns as well.

Gray says he's a hard-working player who will put in his best work no matter where he plays, both at a school, and on the field.

"My greatest strength I think would probably be my work ethic," Gray told us, "I work hard year-round to be a better football player and person every day."

Toledo Scout will be at the June 19th Toledo Football summer camp and will keep you posted on the latest in Gray's recruitment.


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