LUKE GRAy #11
THE #1 QB in South Carolina!
Pendleton High School | Anderson, South Carolina | Class of 2024
“I was put on earth to be a QB! I am a winner and I am very confident in my abilities as a QB! I am a student of the game and I am very coachable! I love to win and I love my teammates!! At the end of the day, if I can say I got better at something, then others around me got better also. Let's go get it!!!”
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 170 lbs.
40 Yard Dash Time: 4.7 seconds
2022 season STATISTICS:
Games Played: 10
Games Started: 10
Passing Yards: 2,378
Passing TDs: 29
Completion Rate: 75%
Passer Rating: 125
Rushing Attempts: 52
Rushing Yards: 438
Rushing TDs: 2
Other: 6 x 2-Pt. Conversions; 43 Yard Punt Average
FAVORITE SUBJECT: Science
SCHOOLS OF INTEREST: Clemson University, Coastal Carolina University, University of Cincinnati, NC State University, Wake Forest University, Mississippi State University, University of Louisville, UNC-Charlotte, Furman University, Wingate University, North Greenville University, Newberry College, Presbyterian College
POSITION: Quarterback (Hybrid: Pro Style QB with Dual-Threat Capabilities)
OTHER SPORTS PLAYED: Starting Point Guard | Pendleton High School | Varsity Basketball
ATHLETIC HONORS/ACCOLADES: CLICK HERE!!!
WHO DO YOU MODEL YOUR GAME AFTER: Trevor Lawrence (QB- Jacksonville Jaguars) & Josh Allen. (QB- Buffalo Bills)
HIGHLIGHT REEL: HUDL & MaxPreps
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE: MaxPreps (Pendleton HS Page)
RANKING DETAILS: QB HitList
Former Rivals.com National Director & the Godfather of Football Recruiting
personal player evaluation
FULL NAME: Luke Jackson Gray
DATE OF BIRTH:
ADDRESS: Anderson, SC 29625
PARENTS: Penny Gray (Mom) & Brandon Gray (Dad)
HOBBIES/INTEREST: Fishing, Working on & Riding my dirt bike, Spending time with my family
HOW DOES THE ATHLETE FEEL ABOUT HAVING THE CHANCE TO PLAY COLLEGE FOOTBALL: A dream come true . . . I’m driven to earn it, but it's everything I’m working towards. I have my own landscaping company with my Dad to earn money so that I can be out at as many camps as possible in the offseason where I can learn, gain exposure, and test myself against high-levels of competition.