Data Scout Notes: 2012: AP2nd...P1stC/PBuchanan/P1stSN
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Draft Scout Demetrius McCray News
08/26/15 - CB Demetrius McCray suffered a knee contusion in the Giants game and is also out of Friday's game with Detroit.
11/27/14 - CB Demetrius McCray was limited with an ankle injury after practicing Wednesday.
10/12/14 - CB Demetrius McCray started in place of Dwayne Gratz on Sunday against Tennessee and registered two tackles.
05/22/13 - DB Demetrius McCray signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars, who now have two of their eight draft picks under contract. Terms were not disclosed.
McCray, a seventh-round pick, was the fifth player selected by the Jaguars in April who will play in the secondary, an area in which the team parted ways with four of its top six players from their 2012 unit. McCray is like the other four selections, a physical player who hits hard and has good coverage skills.
McCray, 6-feet, 185 pounds, was a four-year letterman at Appalachian State, where he was a two-time All-Southern Conference selection. He finished his career with 10 interceptions along with 123 tackles (83 solo), 26 passes defensed and two forced fumbles.
McCray finished with a career-high 55 tackles and eight passes defensed as a senior and was a Buck Buchanan Award finalist for the NCAA Division I FCS Defensive Player of the Year.
04/29/13 - A closer look at the Jaguars' picks: Round 7/210 - Demetrius McCray, CB, 6-1, 187, Appalachian State...McCray became the fifth of eight players selected by the Jaguars who will play in the secondary, an area in which the Jaguars parted ways with four of their top six players from their 2012 unit. McCray is like the other four selections, a physical player who hits hard and has good coverage skills. With so many openings in their secondary, Harris and McCray stand a good bet to make the roster this fall. - The Sports Xchange