Tigers Make Moving Up With Chancellor


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Chris Chancellor - Defensive Back
Height: 5-9   Weight: 163   Hometown: Miami, FL (Edison HS)   Class: 2005





Chris Chancellor is the twin brother of Clemson commitment Demerick Chancellor. Chris is one of the top rated corners in the country. He has already taken three of his official visits to Oklahoma State, Rutgers, and Florida State.

"I went to Rutgers on October 29. It was kind of cold. They had some nice facilities. We got to see Madison Square Garden and ESPN Zone. I went to Oklahoma State on December 3. I spoke with Les Miles and Coach Bailey. My host was Jamie Thompson. That was a good trip. There was not a lot of people in the town."

Florida State had been considered the long time leader for Chancellor. There was rumors that he might commit on his official visit to the Seminoles this past weekend.

"My Florida State visit was awesome. I got to talk to all the coaches. I spent time with J.R. Bryant who was freshman corner. Coach Kevin Steele is recruiting me. I did not commit on my visit.

Clemson has been making a strong move on Chancellor in recent weeks, especially since Demerick's commitment. The Tigers will have a chance to make a great impression this weekend.

"I am going to Clemson this coming weekend. They have a good sports program. They are known for DBs. Brian Dawkins is a really good example. My brother going there is a big benefit. We are pretty close. We also have some family real close by."

Chancellor is deciding between Florida, North Carolina, and South Florida for his final visit. David Blackwell is recruiting the Chancellor twins for Clemson.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Chris Chancellor Recruiting Profile
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