Lamar Gray Jr., former Warren Central standout linebacker, has wrapped up his first collegiate season at Co-Lin Community College and now preparing to make a huge impact in his second season.
Gray, who played defensive back last season for the Wolves, finished with 17 tackles and one interception on the defensive side of the ball. He played in eight games last season and was getting more and more playing time throughout the season. It places him in a good position to start next year.
Since playing on the collegiate level, Gray has switched from linebacker to defensive back. He has shown that he can play at just about any position needed to benefit his team.
Heavily recruited out of high school, Gray had offers from schools such as South Alabama and the University of Louisiana Monroe. Gray eventually decided to sign with Co-Lin in 2019.
Now that it is the offseason for football, Gray has time to train before summer workouts begin to stay ahead of the game.
Gray is 2019 graduate of Warren Central High School where he had a breakout season in his 2017 junior season. He helped lead the Vikings to 9-4 season in 2017, and he finished with 98 tackles, two sacks, and one interception.See a typo? Report it here.