Kevin C. Cox
Georgia Military quarterback Clay Chastain will join the Panthers squad with three years of eligibility remaining.
Georgia Military College quarterback Clay Chastain has committed to play for the Georgia State Panthers, choosing the Panthers over Youngstown State, Auburn and Mississippi State.
Chastain, who threw for 1,907 yards and 20 touchdowns against seven interceptions in nine starts for Georgia Military in 2012, will have three years of eligibility remaining after transferring from the junior college, according to a report from the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
"Clay has a knack for making quick decisions and getting the ball out there to the receivers. I think he's going to be a great quarterback for Georgia State," Georgia Military College coach Bert Williams told the AJC.
A two-star recruit coming out of high school according to Rivals.com, Chastain was mostly ignored by FBS programs and landed at Georgia Military, where he won the starting gig and thrived, helping GMC to a 7-3 record. The Bulldogs ended their season on a three-game winning streak.