QB Bubba Chandler of Bogart, GA now has two ACC offers to choose from as considers his football future. Last week Clemson offered him, and that led to a decommitment from Georgia for baseball. Tuesday, after a virtual meeting with head coach Scott Satterfield and quarterbacks coach Frank Ponce, Chandler received an offer from Louisville.
The Clemson offer certainly elevated Chandler’s recruiting profile. He’s also hearing now from Miami, Southern Cal, Indiana and Ole Miss. Clemson quarterback coach Brandon Streeter is the Tigers’ front man in the recruiting, and he and Chandler also connected Tuesday morning for a virtual recruiting session.
“We were talking offense and everything. Studying film,” Chandler said. “And I took away a lot. The offense is very similar to our high school’s. I can learn it pretty easy I feel like.”
The Clemson offer certainly is appealing to Chandler, but now that he’s back on the recruiting market, he wants to let things play out a little longer and take some visits before making a decision before his senior season starts.
“I want to see what I can get (offers) and see the various options,” Chandler said. “But Clemson is at the top right now, no doubt.”
Chandler also plans to play baseball wherever he lands. He’s a right handed pitcher and an outfielder.