2009 QB receiving heavy D1 interest

After watching Cy Falls QB Kolby Gray against a top-ranked Spring Westfield defense, it was clear that this junior was going to be one to watch. Whether it is by air or ground, Gray can make things happen. TPI had the chance to talk with Gray to get this recruiting update.

It's no secret that the Cy Falls football program is out to make some serious noise this 2007 season. With only one returning starter in running back Shane Turner, it would take other players stepping up to ensure success.

One of the many players who stepped up to the plate is junior quarterback Kolby Gray. Gray's stock is quickly rising will likely be one of the top quarterbacks from the Class of 2009. And already, his mailbox is full of interested colleges.

"I am getting letters from just about everywhere," Gray said. "Off the top of my head there is Alabama, Purdue, Notre Dame, LSU, and Florida. I have gotten quite a few hand-written letters also."

Of course because he is just a junior, he does not have any clear favorites right now. He wants to keep everything open and start narrowing down things towards the end of his junior year.

The 6-2, 175-pound dual-threat signal caller is a true leader and will do whatever it takes to lead his team to victory. To date, he is 22-of-45 for 372 yards and four touchdowns. Even though he doesn't mind putting the ball in the air, he would love to get out and run a little bit more.

"Growing up I have always considered myself a dual-threat quarterback," Gray said. "But here lately, I haven't had to run. But I love to run. Either way, I don't mind because I like to get the ball to my playmakers."

Gray and the Golden Eagle team are on their bye week right now. They will start district play next week against Cy Creek.

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