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At 315 pounds, Gray is a small-school sleeper who I thought a team would take a chance on.
He is scheme-versatile, and though he is not an explosive athlete, he can make plays in the backfield.
Gray has good power and a very quick initial first step. He can push the pocket, and he reminds me of a better pass-rushing version of Antonio Dixon, current defensive tackle for the Eagles.
At times Gray is overaggressive, either overrunning the play or not being aware of where the ball carrier is. But with Jim Washburn's coaching, he could become a great rotation pass-rushing defensive tackle for the Eagles, something they sorely need.