Posted On: 10/1/19 12:00 PM

One of the state’s top rising 2020 big men, Valley Center Braydon Gray is drawing interest from a wide range of college programs after a strong summer running with NLHA 16U squad.

At 6’9, Gray brings terrific size and length to the floor and is a good shot blocker,  rebounder and has the ability to finish in the paint. He brings an old-school type of game with an array of moves on the block.

“I do the little things necessary to win,” Gray said. “I don't care if I make the big plays as long as if I do what needs to be done to win.”

Gray says he has become a more consistent all-around performer after running with NLHA this past summer. He has added an outside shot to his game and had the freedom to shoot the ball when open with his summer team.

“It has helped me improve to be a more all-around player,” Gray said. “It also helped me improve on my outside shot and man to man defense. It has helped me improve my offensive skills become more of an asset for high school.

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