Last Modified: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 9:08 PM
Former Washington-Marion standout Josh Gray signed a National Letter of Intent to play for LSU on Wednesday.
Gray, who finished his high school basketball career in Houston, played one season at Texas Tech before transferring to Odessa (Texas) Junior College. He’s had a complicated career path, making commitments to five schools. He was also ticketed for shoplifting in Sulphur in May.
Gray is averaging 37.3 points and seven assists per game for an 8-1 Odessa team.
Posted By: PQW On: 11/25/2013
Title: THE PAST? LOL
It hasn't even been 6 months. If he was with "friends", why did he get the summons? Why is it he can not stay in 1 place very long?
Posted By: ..... On: 11/22/2013
Title: Really ?? lol
Hahahaahahahha why would yall use his mugshot picture for this article ???? lol
Posted By: Winnifred Davis On: 11/21/2013
Title: Let the pass be the pass
Ok so he did wrong in the pass. Sounds like he turned his life around. Praise him, don't say yes u did good, but here is your pass. That is so tacky.
Posted By: Bill Harley On: 11/21/2013
All the good things he is doing with his life now and being on the right path to success, you guys really would put something negative in such a positive article. He is leading the country in scoring and his grades are very good,but you will not let us forget he was with some friends shoplifting. Some things you just dont bring up in certain situations.