Selected in the fifth round (145th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.
Played two seasons at Utah (2017-18), connecting on 56-pf-65 career field goal attempts (86.2 pct.), while also making all 85 extra point attempts.
Won the Lou Groza Award as the country’s top kicker in 2017 and was a semi-finalist in 2018.
A two-time All-American, Gay also earned first-team All-Pac-12 honors in both of his seasons with the Utes.
Three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection
In 2018, Gay set the Utah school record with 21-consecutive made field goals, finishing the year going 26-of-31 (83.9 pct.), while making all 45 extra points attempted. He ranked third in the country in made field goals, while ranking eighth in the NCAA in pints scored (123), the most in the Pac-12.
In his first season at Utah, in 2017, Gay earned the Lou Groza Award and the Vlade Award, given annually to the nation’s most accurate kicker. On the season Gay went 30-of-34 (88.2 pct.) and made all 40 extra points attempted. Led the nation in field goals made, while his 88.2 field goal percentage ranked fifth in the country and led the Pac-12. Set school records in points scored (130), field goals made and field goals attempted.
Prior to his time at Utah, played two seasons of Soccer at Utah Valley.
Earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology.
Attended Orem High School (Orem, Utah), where he was a three-time all-state soccer player.