Tigers Back in the Hunt for Georgia LB

"I'm not committed to Oklahoma any longer. Their coach called me and said that if I was going to commit, then they didn't want me to visit places like Georgia and LSU as well," Georgia native Antonio Clay.

LB Antonio Clay
6-2, 227, 4.6
Twiggs County High School
Jeffersonville, Georgia

Antonio Clay decided to make a public commitment to the Oklahoma Sooners shortly after the Big 12 program offered him a scholarship a few weeks back. Since that time however, Clay has had some moments to think things over and he's chosen to reconsider his options.

"I'm not committed to Oklahoma any longer. Their coach called me and said that if I was going to commit, then they didn't want me to visit places like Georgia and LSU as well. I want to take my visits still so I told him that I just wanted to chill on the commitment thing for now," Antonio Clay said.

What does the Central Georgian's favorite list look like now?

"Oklahoma is still my #1 school. After them I have LSU #2, and Georgia #3. I'm also interested in Clemson and Florida."

Clay has most recently picked up offers from Georgia, LSU and South Carolina. He plans to camp at Georgia, Auburn and Clemson this summer.

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