Posted On: 09/29/19 9:11 AM

Our updated player rankings released earlier this week, starting with the rising seniors. We’ve seen a good amount of them already make their pledges to their future college teams, but there are still many who remained unsigned.

Nevertheless, rankings continue and for this series, I’ll be taking a look at the Baltimore guard who were featured from No.51-100 in the rankings.

Michael Gray | 5'11 | Lake Clifton/Team Thrill

Ranking: No.55

Gray was another member of the Team Thrill squad that enjoyed a productive summer. The 5-foot-11 point guard approaches the game with a bulldog mentality and competes harder than just about anyone you'll find. He plays on both ends, but especially defensively with immense pride. Gray is most effective playing downhill attacking the basket. He is used to contact from being on the football field, so finishing through bumps in the air isn't an issue for him. His biggest flaw has been his jump shot, but over the past year Gray has made significant strides in not only being a capable shooter, but being a threat to knock down multiple three's in any game. Defensively is where Gray can separate himself from the pack. As stated earlier,

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