Ranked as No. 115 overall player in the nation, the 10th best player in Florida by ESPN.com…among 247 Sports top 200 as well…played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl…all-conference, all-district and Tampa Bay Times All-County…honorable mention all-state…four-year player in high school…played his freshman, sophomore and senior years at Plant City and his junior year at IMG Academy…as a senior had 32 receptions for 593 yards and nine touchdowns…had at least one touchdown reception in each of his last seven games as a senior…also played on defense as a senior and had 79 tackles, including 13 stops against Lennard High School…starter at wide receiver and free safety in 2015…had two interceptions and nine passes defensed as a senior…had an interception return for a score and a receiving score against Tampa Bay Tech as a senior…as a junior at IMG, had 25-521 and five touchdowns…as a sophomore at Plant City had 28-562 and four scores…also had three interceptions as a sophomore…as a freshman had 19-466 and a touchdown…for his high school career, had 104 receptions for 2142 yards and 19 touchdowns…that is 20.6 yards per reception…had 23 total touchdowns in his high school career…played at Plant City High for Greg Meyer… played for former Florida State quarterback Chris Weinke at IMG as a junior…Plant City finished the 2015 season with an 11-2 record, the best season in the history of the school…also played basketball at Plant City…selected Clemson over offers from Florida State, Florida, Georgia and Notre Dame…recruited by Jeff Scott and Tony Elliott.
Mickey Plyler on Chase: Chase looks smooth coming out off of the line and out of his cuts. He makes things look easy on video. He does a lot of this well, but I really like his versatility. He is not just a screen guy or just a deep ball guy or just a jump ball guy. Perhaps the biggest compliment you can give him is that he looks like a Clemson receiver prospect.
Reminds Plyler of: Terry Smith
Clemson offered on 4/21/14 and he committed on 1/31/15.
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