Transferred to Memphis from Coffeyville Community College...Played in nine games in 2010, making starts in three games on the defensive front...Was a solid contributor on the line...Opened the season in a starting role against Mississippi State and logged two solo tackles in that contest...Started against East Carolina but was not credited with a tackle in the game...Posted a single tackle against Middle Tennessee and set a season-high mark with three stops versus Tulsa...Closed out the season with six tackles, five of which were solo stops...Made the transition from the defensive line to the offensive line in the spring...Had a solid spring session, and is expected to add depth to the o-line in 2011.
Prior to Memphis:
Redshirted the 2009 season at Coffeyville Community College...Signed with Illinois and redshirted the 2007 season before transferring to Eastern Illinois...Played 11 games during the 2008 season at EIU...Registered 11 tackles, including two TFL for a loss of three yards...Also credited with a fumble recovery and a forced fumble in '08.
Prepped at Andrew Jackson High for coach Kevin Sullivan...Was a second-team USA Today All-American...Rated the 45th-best player in the country by Rivals.com coming out of high school...Ranked 43rd on PrepStar's Top 100 team...Was a 2006 East U.S. Army All-American as well as a SuperPrep All-American...Rated the No. 14 recruit in the state of Florida by SuperPrep...Listed as a member of the PrepStar Dream Team...Ranked No. 64 on ESPN's Top 150 list...Named the 16th best player in the state of Florida by the Orlando Sentinel...Earned all-state and all-conference honors as a senior posting 40 tackles and eight sacks in just six games...Was a team captain for two seasons...Listed as a five-star recruit, ranking as the fourth-best defensive tackle nationally by Scout.com...Ranked among the top 100 players in the South...Participated in the U.S. Army All-Star Game...Recorded 80 tackles as a junior, including 26 for loss and 13 sacks...Helped squad win three district and one conference championship.
D'Angelo McCray is the son of Reggie McCray and Michelle Davis...Born February 26, 1989, in Jacksonville, Fla....His father, Reggie, ran track at Troy University.