From his stellar freshman season and then even better grassroots season, Greg Grays Jr. has continued to show he is one of the region’s top players in the 2026 class throughout the Midwest. During his freshman season at Farmington High School (MI), the 6’2” guard averaged a staggering 23 points per game. As well to his great scoring he also averaged 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1.5 steals. Then throughout the spring and summer, he was one of the most dominant players on the NY2LA Association while playing with D Rice Elite. 

With Grays, D Rice Elite was one of the top teams on the 15U level of the NY2LA Association throughout the spring and summer. “We finished the season strong,” Grays said about his play with D Rice Elite. “Had some injuries but Coach Rice pushed us to get better in preparation for our upcoming high school seasons.” He started the spring grassroots season with a 32-point game at the Spring Extravaganza during the first April live period and continued his outburst of scoring all season long. 

Not only was Grays one of the more skilled scorers at the 15U level but also one of the most consistent scorers. As well to a great scoring ability, especially while playing on the attack Grays has a well-rounded and advanced skill set. “I would describe my game as a strong, scoring and shooting guard, who knows how to get to the basket. Just a good all-around player.” One aspect of his game he is looking to improve is “creating more steals for my team.”

Now as a sophomore he has started to attract interest from college coaches. He is a player that coaches will want to make a priority early on with his advanced game. Grays has continued to show great abilities in his game that will help him at the college level.