Last season Rayner racked up 127 tackles for the Scorpions.
"We knew he had the speed to run sideline to sideline, we thought it would be a good chance to take and see if he could adapt to that position and he did a great job." said North Brunswick head Coach Gary Bishop.
The rising senior worked hard to make the transition to linebacker, but Rayner works just as hard in the classroom. Heading into his senior year, Rayner has a 3.4 grade point average. In addition to getting ready for the season, Rayner is working on being a more vocal teammate.
"I've been sort of quiet for a couple of years, but I'm trying to break out of my shell and be more team oriented." said Rayner
Heading into his senior season, Rayner has scholarship offers from East Carolina, Duke, Clemson, and North Carolina. This summer he visited Virginia Tech, Maryland, and UNC. Rayner insists that he will take his time to make a decision, but he wants to end his last season in a Scorpion uniform with a bang.
Also on the track team as a sprinter who throws the discus and shot put at 6-foot-3, 230 pounds. As a junior, he had 127 tackles and five sacks. #33 rated player and 4 star recruit based on the 2012 AthleteVault NC/SC Rankings.