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The most expensive item with a signature of John Clay (2010 WISCONSIN BADGERS TEAM SIGNED FOOTBALL JOHN CLAY) was sold in December 2010 for $199.99 while the cheapest item (John Clay 2011 Press Pass Auto Autograph Rookie RC Pittsburgh Steelers N12) found a new owner for $0.89 in April 2023. The month with the most items sold (12) was November 2010 with an average selling price of $14.97 for an autographed item of John Clay. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in October 2009 with $69.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.89 was April 2023. In average, an autographed item from John Clay is worth $13.97.Affiliate disclosure: When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network.
These are the most current items with a signature of John Clay that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|2011 Prestige Draft Picks Rights Autograph John Clay RC /1499 Wisconsin Badgers||$1.75|
|JOHN CLAY 2011 PRESS PASS RED INK AUTOGRAPH||$9.99|
|John Clay 2011 SP Authentic Sign of the Times #ST-CL RC auto autograph Wisconsin||$15.00|
|john clay rookie rc draft auto autograph wisconsin badgers college #/25 2011||$11.99|
|JOHN CLAY WISCONSIN BADGERS SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO||$35.00|
|JOHN CLAY WISCONSIN BADGERS SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO||$35.00|
In total, we tracked 110 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of John Clay were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|2011 Leaf Ultimate Die-Cut Helmet RED AUTOGRAPH John Clay 1/1 Wisconsin Badgers||$24.99|
|2011 Panini Prestige Draft Picks Rights Autograph John Clay #'d /1499 Badgers||$2.93|
|2011 Panini Prestige Rookie JOHN CLAY Autograph Auto /1499 WISCONSIN||$3.99|
|2011 Topps Platinum JOHN CLAY Rookie AUTOGRAPH Wisconsin Badgers AUTO Refractor!||$5.99|
|2012 Panini Authentic Signature Auto #44 JOHN CLAY; Pittsburgh Steelers||$6.00|
|John Clay 2011 Donruss Elite TOTC Autograph Auto /499 Rookie RC Wisconsin||$3.49|
|John Clay 2011 Press Pass Auto Autograph Rookie RC Pittsburgh Steelers N12||$0.89|
|JOHN CLAY 2012 Panini Gridiron Authentic Signature Auto Pittsburgh Steelers #44||$4.95|
|John Clay AUTOGRAPHED 2011 Prestige Draft Picks Rights #252 434/1499 - Steelers||$2.99|
|JOHN CLAY PRESS PASS AUTHENTICS AUTOGRAPH AUTO RC WISCONSIN BADGERS STEELERS||$3.52|
The bat: John Clay Reeves (02/11/15): John Clay Reeves has finally found a baseball home at Rice University. Coming from Monroe, Louisiana, the Owls’ starting catcher played his first two seasons at the University of Arkansas and Navarro College, respectively, but has finally established himself at Reckling Park.
John Clay's notes: Loss of Gardner an untimely blow for Louisville (11/11/14): Just as the Cardinals get wide receiver DeVante Parker back and rolling (25 catches for 490 yards over the last three games), they lose starting quarterback Will Gardner to a knee injury suffered in U of L's 38-19 win at Boston College last Saturday.
John Clay: Stoops and Co. have a long way to go (11/08/14): Is this really an improved football team? Is Stoops really making progress, or have the advancements been overvalued by a fan base and an administration that want so badly for Kentucky to finally succeed at football?
John Clay: To get to a bowl, Kentucky will have to earn it (11/05/14): Stuck on five victories, Mark Stoops' Kentucky Wildcats need one more win to be bowl eligible. To accomplish that feat, three chances remain. And it's not going to be easy.
John Clay: Randle's injury a reminder why players deserve freedom to turn pro (10/29/14): What we woke up to Wednesday morning was terrible, awful, disappointing, brutal news, but what we also woke up to was further proof.
John Clay: Ten things from Mark Stoops’ Missouri preview (10/2014): Ten news, notes and observations from Mark Stoops’ Monday preview of Saturday’s game at Missouri:
John Clay: Air-gun scare a reminder that UK players are kids (09/2014): The discharge of any sort of weapon on campus, even an airsoft gun, is no laughing matter, certainly not to the students who received "shots fired" text alerts on campus and the parents who learned about it on the news. No one got hurt Sunday night at UK, however. And airsoft is not gun play.
John Clay: Patrick Towles standing tall for UK in more ways than one (08/2014): Saturday represented one game, the first game, but it was an impressive game nonetheless.
John Clay's notes: Two-platoon system? Calipari has the depth to do it (07/2014): Kentucky Coach John Calipari told Mike DeCourcy of the Sporting News that he will have some "non-negotiables" this season thatwill earn a player the infamous Calipari you're-out thumb to the bench.
John Clay: UK women's soccer coach 'feels bad' about early World Cup doubts (06/2014): Kentucky women's soccer coach Jon Lipsitz admits that when he saw the Americans' grouping — Germany, Portugal, Ghana and U.S. — he was merely hopeful the U.S. could score a single goal.
John Clay: One inning changes everything for Kentucky (05/2014): After a disappointing first 17 innings of this NCAA Tournament regional on Friday and Saturday, one inning turned the outlook around for Kentucky.
John Clay: Vicar's in Trouble a little horse in Derby field, but he doesn't know (04/2014): This Kentucky Derby could be the story of a how a horse who could win a very big race comes in a very small package.
John Clay: Against all odds, Cats refuse to lose (03/2014): INDIANAPOLIS — So you tell me, how did they do that? How did Kentucky win that game? How, w
John Clay: Computers, media see Kentucky differently (02/2014): With Kentucky basketball, the computers say one thing; the eyes say another. The computers love the Cats. Humans don't seem so sold on this young Kentucky team.
John Clay: In one-and-done world, pressure on Cats to develop unrealistically fa (01/2014): The past two seasons have shown the downside of Kentucky's one-and-done strategy, the consequences of overhyped newcomers who can't quite live up to the bombastic expectations. We've seen the collateral damage of the ticking clock.
John Clay: Cats need to get some shots up during break between games (12/2013): Kentucky did get a marquee win that should propel the Cats into conference play, starting Jan. 8, but there are still plenty of areas that need plenty of work.
John Clay: More things change in SEC, more UK stays the same (11/2013): Kentucky and Auburn both went 0-8 in the Southeastern Conference last season. Auburn knocked off to
John Clay: Watching this Kentucky team jell is going to be fun (10/2013): Friday is when John Calipari's crazy collection of basketball talent will occupy the same bench, when five UK players at a time will occupy the floor together instead of practicing/scrimmaging against each other.
John Clay: UK football should re-evaluate dual quarterback situation (09/2013): If I'm Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown, I have to start seriously thinking it might be best to pick a quarterback and stick with him.
John Clay 5K raises thousands for 'Project Lifesaver' (08/2013): Hundreds of runners in Naples hit the pavement bright and early Saturday morning. It was the annual John Clay 5K.
John Clay: Ten questions as SEC football teams open camp (07/2013): The Georgia Bulldogs open fall camp Thursday. Football is here. As pads begin to pop, 10 SEC football questions.
John Clay: Offensive coordinator job a lightning rod at Kentucky (06/2013): New University of Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown has said more than once he hesitated before taking that title for a job back in his home state.
John Clay: Five things to talk about when you're sipping iced tea by the pool (05/2013): It is Memorial Day weekend, which means school is either out or about to be out. The weather is warm
John Clay: Three-time winner Stevens rejuvenated for another run at roses (04/2013): Fifty-year-old Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens is teaming with 77-year-old Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas as the connections for the Calumet Farm-owned Oxbow, both attempting to revive past glory in Saturday's 139th Kentucky Derby.
John Clay : Oregon rebounding machine from Iran was almost a Cat (03/2013): Oregon's Arsalan Kazemi, who is believed to be the only Iranian-born basketball player in NCAA Division I, considered transferring to Kentucky when he left Rice. The 6-foot-7 forward has been a rebounding machine for the Ducks and leads them against Louisville on Friday night in the NCAA Tournament.
John Clay: Bulldogs mere tuneup for tough work ahead (02/2013): You know when someone is going on a trip abroad and friends and family throw a going-away party? Th
John Clay's notes: Noel stole show, but many Cats contributed in win at Ole Miss (01/2013): Random notes: ■ Lost in the shuffle of Kentucky's 87-74 win at No. 16 Ole Miss was Arch