"When I am at Auburn around all of the players and coaches I feel like I am at home," Bray told Inside the Auburn Tigers. "Everything is real good with the Auburn program."
Bray is ranked as a four star prospect and is rated as the No. 19 running back prospect in the country by Scout.com. A versatile athlete, he can play wide receiver, wingback and quarterback. He also returns kicks.
"I think Auburn's offense is a good fit for what I do," said Bray, who is 5-11, 175 with sub 4.5 speed in the 40-yard dash. "The coaches told me they plan to use me in several different roles."
Quan Bray is shown at a seven-on-seven football camp.
Asked what he plans to study in college, Bray said, "Probably business or communications. It is probably down to those two. I doing well with my academics. You have to stay on top of your grades."
Commenting on how his senior season went, he said, "Our team got put out in the first round of the state playoffs and we would have liked to have done better. Personally I felt good about the way I played. I had around 1,300 yards rushing and 200 to 300 yards receiving."
He notes that his two favorite games of his senior season were against rivals Callaway, where he played before transferring to Troup in 2010, and against LaGrange High. "It was so fun to get to play in those rivalry games as a senior.
"Callaway beat us like 28-0, but I still had fun in the game," Bray said. "They were just more ready than we were."
He said that he still gets along well with his former teammates at Callaway. "They didn't give me any grief," he pointed out. "There was a little trash talk, but it was all in fun. Most of them are still my boys. LaGrange jumped out on us as soon as possible and they thought it was over with, but we stayed with it and were having a lot of fun out there playing the game and came back and won. It was real fun"
Quan Bray is the cousin of former Auburn standout cornerback Jayson Bray.
Bray got a national TV stage to make his announcement on Wednesday night during the fourth quarter of the Under Armour Game. He let his destination be known by saying, "War Eagle, baby."
He added, "Auburn is not far from home and it is the best fit for me."
Bray, who is also playing basketball, is a versatile athlete in that sport, too. He plays both of the guard positions as well as small forward for the Troup County High team. "We are having a good season," he says.
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