Gray is the second player in this class from Houston's Westside High (you'll notice that's BJ Catalon blocking for Gray in the picture above) and fourth in the past decade or so- you'll remember that Marcus Jackson and Alonzo Adams also came from that school. And with scholarship offers from Stanford, Vanderbilt and Rice (amongst MANY others), you know he's a very smart kid. But I'm guessing you're more interested in what he can do on the field.
Prior to last season, Dave Campbell's Texas Football named Gray one of the Top 20 wide receivers in Texas and Rivals named him one of the Top 100 receivers in the nation. In his final two years at Westside, he was a bit of a do-everything player- playing offense, defense and returning both punts and kicks. All together, he totaled over 1,800 yards in those two seasons. If that number isn't all that eye-popping, remember that Catalon ran for over 2,200 yards and 30 TDs last year- so it's not like the rest of their offense even had much of a chance to rack up stats!
I couldn't find a free highlight tape of Gray's on youtube, but the main thing to remember about him is S-P-E-E-D. Various recruiting sources have him listed as either a 4.4 or a 4.5 forty guy- and according to my hasty research, he's run as fast as 10.46 in the 100m. I know most of you aren't track guys, but let me translate that for you: get this kid the ball with some space, and he'll give you six.