Miracle Gray is a 5’6 guard from state championship Stephenson High in Stone Mountain, GA. Known for her leadership and rounded game, Gray will have a handful of numbers in every statistical category by the end of a game. She is also an outside threat, but equally dangerous at dishing crisp assists.
Gray averaged 13.3 points, 4.1 rebounds, 4.2 assists, and 3.1 steals as a junior for a 28-5 team. Her team ended the season with the Georgia 5A state title in a 65-56 win over Mays. Gray was Stephenson’s second leading scorer in the game with 13 points. Gray was pivotal in getting Stephenson into the title game, hitting a three-pointer in overtime that allowed Stephenson to ice the game with free-throws. The team hit 10-of-11 from the charity stripe in overtime.
Miracle is the younger sister of Purdue assistant coach Nadine Morgan. She verbally committed to Purdue on 11/22/13 over early interest from interest from Georgia State, Louisville, UNC, Miami, Florida State and others.
Purdue head coach Sharon Versyp..."Miracle’s best asset is her leadership ability. No matter what she does, she makes others around her better. It doesn’t matter if it’s in practice, the classroom or competition, she elevates everyone around her, and that’s really exciting as a coach. You need players like that to be successful." (PurdueSports.com, November 11, 2015)
ProspectsNation scout Brandon Clay...“At 5-6, Gray isn’t a super speedy guard at the point like current floor general K.K. Houser, but she does have the moxie that should endear her game to coach Sharon Versyp. A three-star prospect, Gray also has a solid build as well. She’s a leader and competes on every play.” (January, 2014)
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