Brayden Wray joined the Laurier coaching staff in 2017 after spending the previous three seasons with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. While in Hamilton, Coach Wray assisted with the offense, video and equipment staffs and saw the team make it to two consecutive Eastern Finals and a Grey Cup Appearance.
Coach Wray entered the OUA as an offensive assistant with the McMaster Marauders in 2013. In his first year coaching the receivers at Laurier, Coach Wray helped oversee a Laurier receiving core succeed – led by Kurleigh Gittens Jr., who set the Single Season USports reception record with 75, as well as being named OUA MVP.
Coach Wray has also spent time coaching high school football in his hometown of Caledonia as well as coaching the OVFL’s Hamilton Ironmen in 2014.