Selected in the seventh round (233rd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft, Dray has appeared in 26 games (three starts) in two seasons with the Cardinals.
2011: Played in 10 games, recording two receptions for 25 yards and two special teams tackles … inactive for the first six games of the season due to a pectoral injury suffered in the final preseason game … made his season debut and played on offense and special teams @ Bal (10/30); had one special teams tackle … recorded his first receptions of the season vs. StL (11/6), finishing with two catches for a career-high 25 yards; marked the first multi-reception game of his career … played on offense and special teams in each of the next five games … had one special teams tackle vs. Cle (12/18) … played on offense and special teams @ Cin (12/24) and vs. Sea (1/1).
2010: Started three of 16 games played as a rookie, registering three receptions for 37 yards and five special teams tackles … helped block for a rushing attack that totaled over 100 yards for the third straight week vs. Oak (9/26) … registered the longest offensive play for the Cardinals @ SD (10/3), a 24-yard reception that helped put Arizona in position for a 53-yard FG; marked first career reception … recorded first career special teams tackle vs. NO (10/10) … hauled in a 17-yard pass from WR Steve Breaston @ Min (11/7) … made first career start as part of a two TE formation @ KC (11/21) and helped block for a rushing attack that recorded 101 yards on 20 carries; became first rookie TE to start for AZ since Ben Patrick in ‘07 … hauled in one reception for six yards vs. StL (12/5) … made second career start as part of a two TE formation and had one special teams tackle vs. Den (12/12); helped block for a rushing attack that totaled 211 yards on 34 carries (6.2) … contributed on offense and recorded one special teams tackle in each of the next two games: @ Car (12/19) and vs. Dal (12/25) … started the season finale @ SF (1/2/11) after TE Stephen Spach suffered a calf injury during pre-game warm-ups.
Started 39 career games at Stanford, hauling in 41 receptions for 455 yards and seven TDs … earned second-team All-Pac 10 honors as a senior … during his junior season, made a remarkable return from a devastating knee injury suffered six games into his sophomore season … had a standout freshman season, earning Sporting News Pac-10 All-Freshman honors … earned All-Pac-10 Conference second-team honors by the league’s coaches after appearing in all 13 games (11 starts) as a senior … excelled as a blocker for a Cardinal rushing attack that ranked 11th in the nation (218.2 ypg) led by Heisman Trophy runner-up Toby Gerhart … hauled in 11 passes for 149 yards and a career-high three TDs, averaging 13.5 yards per reception … as a junior in ’08, appeared in eight games and made five starts to cap off a remarkable comeback from a major left knee injury suffered six games into the ’07 season ... caught two passes for 12 yards, both resulting in TDs ... as a sophomore, started the first six games of the season at TE and finished the year with nine catches for 116 yards and a TD ... suffered a season-ending left knee injury on punt coverage in the TCU game that required multiple surgeries to repair … started the final 11 games of his freshman season at TE and tied for second on the team with 19 catches for 178 yards and a TD ... named to The Sporting News Pac-10 Conference All-Freshman team … redshirted as a freshman in ‘05.
Named first team All-Bergen County, All-North New Jersey, all-league, as well as second-team All-State as a junior and senior at Bergen Catholic (Oradell, NJ) High School … finished his prep career with 66 receptions for 786 yards and five TDs … also totaled 281 tackles, 27 tackles for loss, and 20 sacks as a LB … earned MVP honors in the 2003 state championship game … excelled in the classroom, where he was a member of the National Honor Society.