The Northside High School quarterback led his team to a 12-2 record and a strong run in the state playoffs. He is also an outstanding basketball point guard and baseball player.
"We had a beautiful visit and we all like the school," says Cynthia Stuckey, who accompanied here son to Auburn along with her husband. It was the second of four official visits for the athlete who says he is a 6-0, 170-pounder with 4.5 speed in the 40. He will likely be a wide receiver or defensive back as a college football player. "I think Chansi really liked it," she adds.
Stuckey visited Clemson last weekend and is scheduled to be at Tennessee for a Thursday-Saturday visit this week and plans to take a trip to FSU the following weekend before making a decision.
"Chansi had a chance to talk to both the football and basketball coaches when he was at Auburn," Mrs. Stuckey says. "He was really impressed with what they were telling him."
Stuckey became a prospect in basketball as a junior when he averaged 17 points, six assists and five rebounds per game. Although he has played small forward and shooting guard in high school in addition to the point, Stuckey says that Auburn is recruiting him to play point guard and he says that would be his best position at the college level.
Tiger Ticket Extra: Stuckey is coached in football by Conrad Nix, the father of former Auburn quarterback Patrick Nix...The Warner Robins High star had an impressive summer playing AAU basketball with an average of 19 points per game. He says his goal is to try to be a two-sport athlete in college. "Wherever I go, I will probably play both and see how that works out and then make a decision," he says.