Over the last month, Gray has a strong argument for most productive player in Oklahoma. He seemingly gets off the bus with an automatic double double for his stat line, and then he only builds off that with video game like numbers. The senior continues to a reliable stretch forward from deep, while absolutely dominating the paint against every team he plays. During this run, the senior became the all time leading scorer for OCS, breaking a record held by one of the very best to ever come out of Oklahoma, Blake Griffin.
One of his most impressive individual performances during his recent stretch came when he put up 35 points and 24 rebounds against fellow 3A contender Millwood. The performance was punctuated by his aggressiveness on the offensive glass, as he played with the mindset that “every rebound is mine” leading to easy scoring. It’s nitpicky, but his touch on some of his post finishing was a little off. Which at the high school level, he often can just get his own rebound. But against size at the college level, it’s unlikely he’d be able to get as many second chance points so easily. Overall, it’s still a strong sign to see Gray attack the glass on both ends with such ferocity and his ability as a spot up shooter will surely add more value to his ability to contribute in college.