Auburn lands second 2026 commitment from WR Denairius Gray

WR Denairius Gray commits to Auburn again in 2026.
In the 2026 class, Gray is paired with offensive lineman Kail Ellis.
Auburn is still constructing for the future.

Hugh Freeze received his second commitment for the 2026 class on New Year’s Day when Chaminade-Madonna (Fla.) wide receiver Denairius Gray selected the Tigers. A few years out already, he joins offensive lineman Kail Ellis in the class.

This year, Gray made two trips to Auburn: one for the Iron Bowl and the other for Big Cat Weekend, which lasted several days.

At Somerset Academy (Fla.), where he began his high school career, the 6-foot-2, 178-pound Gray caught 56 passes for 752 yards and 14 touchdowns.

He also recorded 42 tackles as a defensive safety and one interception. Playing alongside 5-star Ohio State signee Jeremiah Smith and Miami signee Jojo Trader, Gray caught 25 receptions for 372 yards and 11 touchdowns as a sophomore at Chaminade-Madonna.

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Marcus Davis, the wide receivers coach at Auburn, has another victory from Hollywood, Florida. Davis is still working to change the wide receiving room. Davis is returning to his hometown of Boynton Beach, Florida, for his most recent committment.

Following his initial visit this autumn, Gray remarked, “I have a good relationship with him.” “He’s from Boynton, which is where I’m from. Given that he was born and raised in my hometown, he could teach me a lot. He has a lot to teach me.

In addition, Gray had offers from numerous additional Group of Five universities, including Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana, Louisville, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Penn State, NC State, Pitt, UCF, Texas A&M, and West Virginia.

With four commitments, USC leads the way in the 2026 class, followed by three from Florida State. The two commitments from Auburn rank third nationally.

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