Quan Bray has been to Auburn several times. His cousin, Jason Bray, was a cornerback for the Tigers in the late 90’s. But Saturday was the first time Bray saw an SEC game at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
“The trip went very well. I really liked it,” Bray said. “The stadium and atmosphere was real loud.”
Bray, a standout from Troup County in LaGrange, Ga., said he was impressed with an Auburn offense that racked up nearly 500 yards in a 35-27 win over South Carolina.
“I feel like Auburn is getting it done. I like their offense,” he said.
Bray met with several Auburn coaches before the game including Gene Chizik.
“He was saying that he needs playmakers like me to help Auburn win. I think Coach Chizik is cool,” Bray said.
Bray said he would probably return to Auburn for another game later this fall.
Bray, who is rated a four-star and the nation’s No. 4 athlete by 247Sports.com, has a number of big-time offers including Auburn, Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Florida, South Carolina, Clemson, Tennessee, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Oklahoma State and Stanford.
Bray lists his top four as Georgia, Clemson, Auburn and Florida.
“All of them are even,” he said.
Bray said he’s in no hurry to make a decision and will likely wait unitl January or close to Signing Day.
“I’m going to wait until I know for sure,” he said.
Bray has scored seven touchdowns this season playing running back and slot receiver for Troup.