4-Star DB delays announcement


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Height: 6-2   Weight: 184   Hometown: College Park, GA (Banneker HS)   Class: 2012
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Chaz Elder Chaz Elder
Defensive Back
6-2, 184
College Park, GA

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, who is ranked as Georgia’s No. 1 college prospect at safety, decided on Friday to postpone his college decision between South Carolina and UGA.

“I do apologize,” Banneker assistant Ryan Andrews said. “I know everyone is waiting on his announcement. I was just informed by Chaz he will not announce today. I am not sure what caused the change of heart. Again, I do apologize for this. I am not sure when or how soon a decision will come. Thank you.”

Even before the postponement, the 6-foot-2, 180-pounder from Banneker High School had decided against calling a press conference on Friday because it wasn’t his style. Elder felt uncomfortable with drawing attention to himself. He and his coaches were just going to let a few people know via Social Media and text messages. Elder is also considering Vanderbilt, but UGA and South Carolina are the frontrunners.Chaz Elder, who is ranked as Georgia’s No. 1 college prospect at safety, decided on Friday to postpone his college decision between South Carolina and UGA.

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From Elder's Facebook:

"I apologize but i will not be making my decision today. This is a very tough decision. i just want to make sure that i am 100% sure with my decision. So has of right now i will be waiting towards the end of my season so i can focus on my team. hope you guys understand."

As a junior, Chaz had 83 tackles with 2 interceptions. He is a Class of 2012 ESPNU 150 Watch List Recruit.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Chaz Elder Recruiting Profile
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