The 3-star cornerback from Peachtree Ridge even suggested Oklahoma was a possible landing spot barring any changes with UGA.
On Saturday, however, Clay spoke with a different tone.
“Right now, I’m committed to the University of Georgia,” Clay told the AJC. “My family, my coaches, they’re happy with my decision. I have a great relationship with the staff up there. I’m a Bulldog right now.”
The 6-foot, 180-pound cornerback told the AJC that he’s lined up official visits to Oklahoma and UGA this fall, but maintains that the possibility of seeing the field early with the Sooners has caught his attention.
“It’s the University of Oklahoma,” Clay said. “It’s a great tradition. An opportunity to play early really presents itself at Oklahoma.”
Clay, who’s reported 12 offers, tells the AJC that he continues to hear from Florida State as well.