Terrance Gray hired as College Scouting Director
May 25, 2017 07:00 PM | Chris Brown
The last prominent role in Buffalo's personnel department was filled by the Bills on Thursday as they named Terrance Gray their College Scouting Director.

"Terrance is what I would label a young riser in this business," Bills GM Brandon Beane told "(Minnesota GM) Rick Spielman has had a great staff, well respected guys around the league. Terrance worked his way up to a Southeast area scout. The southeast is well known as a prime talent area. He's done a great job.

"Rick (Spielman) gave him a great recommendation. (Minnesota Assistant GM) George Paton as well when I called those guys. Every reference that (Bills Assistant GM) Joe (Schoen) and I called on said that Terrance has what it takes, he just hasn't had the opportunity."

Gray has spent the last 11 years working in the Minnesota Vikings college scouting department, serving most recently as a southeast regional scout. He also scouted the Midwest and was a BLESTO scout for the Vikings during his time there.

Prior to that he spent three years in the Chiefs organization as an area scout and Player Development Coordinator.

Gray began his NFL career in the league offices in New York as an intern from 2002-03 working with Player and Employee Development.

"His next step would've logically been a scouting director, but Minnesota hasn't had turnover," said Beane. "This guy was very impressive. He's got a bright future and we think he's going to be a great fit as a leader, a person and with his scouting acumen."

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