DB Chaz Elder Profile
The Banneker High School (College Park) junior defensive back recently
talked to CUTigers.com about his recruitment.
"I like everything about them," Elder said, when asked about his interest
in Clemson. "I like the campus, the coaches, the facilities. Some of the
players, they're real cool. It's real cool there. I like it."
He visited Clemson and Florida State in February, but hasn't taken any
other trips since then.
"I've been once [to Clemson], but I'm going to try to get down there for
the spring game," Elder said.
Along with Clemson, Georgia, Auburn, Illinois, Arkansas and Ole Miss have
offered. He currently claims no favorites.
"Clemson is up there. They're in my top, but I don't know at this point,"
Defensive backs coach Charlie Harbison serves as Elder's primary
recruiter to Clemson.
As a junior, Elder had 85 tackles and two interceptions. On the offensive
side of the ball, he had 13 catches for 250 yards and two touchdowns.
Georgia safety has Tigers near the top
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