"'Mr. Outside' of Buffalo is Wray Carlton, the Wallace (North Carolina) wheeler who entered the AFL as a Patriot and was dealt to the Bills before the '60 season started. He ripped off a 5.6 average in '62, best among the top 10 ball-carriers, gaining 530 yards in 94 rushes. He was the Bills' best runner in '60 and No. 2 in '61. He missed the last three games of the '62 campaign.
Wray can switch from halfback to fullback without losing effectiveness; he's also a dangerous threat as a pass receiver."
-Don Schiffer, Pro Football 1963