published Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

GPS star Clay commits to Auburn

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    In this file photo, Chadarryl Clay of GPS poses in the Times Free Press Studio.
    Photo by Jake Daniels /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

GPS’ rising senior point guard Chadarryl Clay has verbally committed to sign a basketball scholarship with Auburn University.

Clay, who chose the Lady Tigers over offers from eight others schools, including Clemson, Virginia Tech, Ole Miss, Alabama, Wkae Forest and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

“I had actually just gotten back from Tennessee’s camp Sunday night and called Coach (Nell) Fortner on Monday just to chat,” Clay said. “After we hung up I thought about it a lot and by that night, I decided to call back and commit. I’ve got a great relationship with that staff, so I just decided to go ahead and let it be known that’s where I’ll play in college.”

about Stephen Hargis...

Stephen has covered local sports in the tri-state area for more than 24 years, having been with the Times Free Press since its inception, and has been an assistant sports editor since 2005. Stephen is among the most decorated writers in the TFP’s newsroom, winning numerous state, regional and national writing awards, including seven in 2013 and a combined 12 in the last two years. He was named one of the top 10 sports writers ...

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