22 Scott Gray
22 Scott Gray
Height: 5-8
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lowell, Ind.
High School: Lowell
Position: RB

2009: Started all 12 games for the Bulldogs at running back...named to the All-Pioneer Football League First Team...Led the team in rushing (913) and was fifth in receiving (134)and scoring (36)...finished the year with 913 yards on 169 carries (5.1)...rushed for over 100 yards three times (San Diego, Davidson, Dayton)...had a season-high 117 yards rushing against Davidson...scored a touchdown in five different games...recorded 88 yards rushing and a touchdown on 15 carries and had a 23 yard reception in the Gridiron Classic victory over Central Conn. State. 2008: Saw action in three games for the Bulldogs due to injury...finished the year with 101 yards on 25 carries...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...2007: Named Butler's Most Outstanding Offensive Player...led the Pioneer Football League in scoring...posted the seventh-highest single season scoring total (90 points) in Butler football history...had the second-highest single game scoring total in Butler history (30 vs. Albion)...ranked sixth in the PFL in rushing...played in nine games, including four as a starter...scored five touchdowns in his Butler debut against Albion, becoming just the second player in Butler football history to score five touchdowns in a game...scored four touchdowns at Hanover in his second Butler game, setting a Butler record for most touchdowns (9) in consecutive games...tallied three touchdowns at Valparaiso and two against Missouri-Rolla...rushed for a career-high 130 yards on 29 carries against San Diego...had 103 yards rushing at Valparaiso...had a 75-yard carry against Valparaiso, the Bulldogs' longest-rush of the season...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...transfer from Ball State (did not play football at Ball State)...Personal: Secondary education major...born 1/14/88...son of Horace and Kim Gray...High School: All-State running back at Lowell High School...helped Lowell to the Indiana 4A state title in 2005...rushed for 153 yards and three touchdowns in the 2005 state championship game...finished senior season with 2,336 rushing yards and 31 touchdowns...named the Post-Tribune and Region Sports Offensive Player of the Year...all-time single season rushing leader in Northwest Indiana...selected to the North Team for the Indiana North-South All-Star Game...named all-conference and all-area...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Kirk Kennedy.