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James Gray
James  Gray
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Atlanta, GA

Last College:
Fort Scott CC

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190

Position:
DB


10/22/2016

Mean Green Defense Records Seven Takeaways In 35-18 Win

Jenkins Has Two Interceptions, One Fumble Recovery; Wilson Rushes for 160 and Three TDs

10/08/2016

Defense, Running Game Lead NT To Win Over Marshall

Mean Green Halfway To Bowl Eligibility With 38-21 Victory

2016:
• Recorded 64 tackles (36 solo), an interception, five pass break-ups, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble and a tackle for loss in 13 starts at safety for the Mean Green as a senior
• Recorded seven tackles (six solo) vs. Army in the Zaxby's Heart of Dallas Bowl vs. Army
• Posted a season-high nine tackles and recovered a fumble on 11/26 at UTEP
• Had seven tackles, a pass break-up and a half tackle for loss at WKU on 11/12
• Recorded six stops on 11/5 vs. La Tech
• Made four tackles and broke up one pass at UTSA on 10/29
• Had four tackles, intercepted the first pass of his career and recovered a fumble in the win on 10/22 at Army
• Recorded seven tackles, which tied for a team-high, in the win vs. Marshall on 10/8
• Registered four tackles and had two pass break-ups vs. MTSU on 10/1

• Had five stops (four solo) and a pass break-up in a double OT win at Rice on 9/24
• Posted six tackles (four solo) at No. 23 Florida on 9/17
• Had one tackle on 9/10 vs. Bethune-Cookman

• Posted four tackles and forced a fumble in his first start of the season on 9/3 vs. SMU

2015:

• Started all 12 games at strong safety
• Finished second on the team with 104 total tackles
• Combined with Kishawn McClain to become the first safety duo in school history to each record 100 total tackles.
• Also totaled 3.0 tackles for loss, four pass break-ups, four passes defended, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery
• Led the team in tackles against Iowa, Southern Miss, Portland State and MTSU, while also totaling a career-high 12 tackles against Rice

Junior College:
• Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com
• Had 60 tackles and four interceptions last season at Fort Scott, and was named an honorable mention JUCO All-American
• Was a first-team All-Jayhawk Conference pick after he broke the Fort Scott record for most interceptions in a career with 11 in two seasons
• Was a team captain

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