"I picked A&M because I've been talking to them since a young age and they were the first school to actually start recruiting me, so from that that shows that they believed in me."
"The coaching staff made it feel like family," he added. "It's close to home so there's no problem for family and friends to watch me play. The class that they have coming in is going to be something special."
Chandler selected the Aggies over significant interest over Georgia, Georgia Tech and Western Kentucky.
"My relationship with coach is really good," Chandler said. "Been talking with him for some time now."
Chandler is regarded as the No. 26 player at the point guard position.
Chandler is Texas A&M's fourth 2017 pledge. He joins four-star prospects Savion Flagg, T.J. Starks and three-star recruit Isaih Jasey.