``I think I really fit in well with the players, I liked the campus and the coaches were great," McFarland said. "I feel like I have a chance to do really well down there."
``I had a real good feel for the program," he added. "I liked everything about it when I was down there."
``In a nutshell, it was Chase's will to play in the ACC," Worcester Academy coach Ed Reilly said. "He felt that it was the conference and affiliation that he was seeking."
``It came down to a difficult decision between Wake Forest and BC," Reilly added. "He felt that all factors being considered, Wake would be better for what he was looking for."
McFarland was Greg Oden's backup this summer with the Spiece Indy Heat, so it's natural that he didn't receive a substantial amount of playing time.
``When I think about what's happened, I smile," McFarland said. "I'm happy with my decision. At the time I left home, Ball State was where I was going to go. Now I am going to Wake Forest."