March 14, 2010

Bray remains high on Dawgs

Georgia continues to make its best pitch for Callaway speedster Quan Bray and the 5-foot-11, 186-pound speedster continues to listen.

So far, he likes what he hears.

"Yes they will," said Bray, when asked if he expected the Bulldogs to be in his of five final schools.

It's no surprise why Bray is such a coveted player, not only by the Bulldogs but for other schools like Clemson and Alabama.

As a junior, Bray enjoyed a monstrous junior season at quarterback, throwing for 1,045 yards and rushing for an additional 1,083. He also accounted for 26 scores.

Although he will play quarterback again this fall, most schools are recruiting Bray as a running back after topping the 1,000-yard mark for three years in a row.

Bray expects to play as many as three positions for Callaway this fall.

"Mainly quarterback on offense, and cornerback and safety on defense," said Callaway, who added he's only being recruited for offense on the collegiate level.

"I'll be more of an all-purpose running back, return kicks and catch passes," he said.

The Bulldogs will get another shot with Bray real soon.

Bray attended Georgia's most recent Junior Day and said he'll be back in Athens twice over the next month.

"The only visits I have set up right now is back to Georgia in two weeks and to their spring game," Bray said. "I'm trying to get out to Tennessee and I will play the rest of the visits by ear."

Bray, who is being recruited by Bulldogs tight end coach John Lilly, has only visited Georgia, Alabama and Clemson, which was the first school to make him an offer.

He feels he could fit in with either school's offensive scheme.

"I don't really care what type of offense," Bray said. "I just have to find one that will utilize me the best. I feel I can get on the field wherever I go."

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