Detchauz Wray has scheduled his first official visit to Colorado on Oct. 3. "I like the offense they…
Wray Closing In On Decision
Detchauz Wray, the 5-foot-11, 175-pound, three-star quarterback/wide receiver from East St. Louis Senior High School (Ill.), has narrowed it down to Nebraska, Colorado and Arizona and plans on making a decision by the end of October. "I've got it down to three," Wray said. "And I hope to get it done by the end of the month. I think I'll commit without taking any visits. I've been talking to my coaches about this and they're helping me make the best decision." So why does Wray want to pull the trigger now? "I really just want to know where I'm going," he said. "I want to start looking forward to college." Wray was supposed to visit the Buffs on Oct. 3 but had to cancel after one of his games was rescheduled for that date. He says the Buffs are recruiting him the hardest. "I think I could play early there," he said. "I know they've struggled but that's not the most important thing for me." Although he says that he's narrowed it down to three schools, the Buffs and Huskers may have the inside track over Arizona for Wray's services. "I don't really know Arizona as well as the other two," he said. "I haven't gotten to know the coaches as much," he said. "But they seem like good guys and the campus I've heard is real nice too." Wray admits he has a good relationship with Nebraska offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Shawn Watson. "He's a really cool guy," he said. "He's the kind of guy I could see myself around. "I also like coach Bo Pelini," Wray said. "Nebraska is a great program and it's a good place to be a student-athlete," he said. "They keep in touch daily with emails and mail and call regularly too." He says all three are recruiting him as a quarterback. Wray, ranked as the No. 133 wide receiver in the country by Scout.com, has helped lead his team to a 6-2 record with over 1,200 yards passing for 12 touchdowns. He also has six touchdowns on the ground. He plans on majoring in business management and reports a 3.3 core GPA and 16 ACT, which he will retake in December.
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