Bray Planning Clemson Official Visit

Bray Planning Clemson Official Visit


Bray Planning Clemson Official Visit


By Keith McGonigle.

The Clemson coaching staff already has a talented group of players verbally committed to the 2011 class, but they are still trying to add playmakers. The 5’10” 185 lbs athlete Quan Bray, is still considering the Tigers.

Clemson will have to fight with some top SEC schools in order to land Quan who most teams are recruiting as a slot receiver, “Georgia, Florida, Auburn, Alabama and Clemson are my top schools.”

The Troup High School running back and receiving standout says he is planning on taking an official visit to Clemson in the near future.

What is the most important thing to Quan?

“The ability to come in and play right away.  I think I can go in and work hard and be able to play in my freshman year at Clemson,” replied Bray.

Quan says that he has no set deadline for his decision.  He says when he gets the feeling that a school is right for him he will make his decision.

With former players like Jacoby Ford and CJ Spiller, Clemson fans are used to seeing some fast guys.  Tiger fans would love to see another speedster in Quan, who says he has timed out at a 4.3 in the forty and believes he can run faster.

Quan, who is one of the top recruits from Georgia, has helped his team to a 5-3 start.



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