Chalmers said geography won't play a role in his decision. "It doesn't really matter," said Chalmers, when asked if he had a preference in terms of location.
"I'm looking for a good college atmosphere, good facilities, good coaching and good crowd support," said Chalmers. "Early playing time is also a big deal."
We asked if any schools have extended scholarship offers and Chalmers replied, "Wisconsin, UCLA, Wake Forest, Marquette and Arizona."
Chalmers said he is willing to play either guard spot. "I'll play point guard or shooting guard," said Chalmers.
In his game Saturday, Chalmers scored twenty eight points, to go with five assists, in a 66-60 loss to Lynwood.
Arizona's Lute Olson and Rodney Tention were in attendance, as was UCLA asssistant Ernie Zeigler.
Chalmers told us that he currently has a GPA of 3.0.