Player Profile: QB Chansi Stuckey

We've got the latest on Chansi Stuckey, a standout quarterback from the Peach State. Stuckey's second season is just beginning, as Northside High School enters the playoffs on a roll.

Chansi Stuckey (6'0,170,4.55) out of Northside High School in Warner Robbins, Georgia is an outstanding athlete that is getting looks from all the major division 1-A programs in the southeast.

Stuckey missed a couple of games earlier this year with a strained MCL, but he has now completely healed from the injury and returned for the final game of the year against rival Warner Robbins. He finished his last game 4-8 passing for 84 yards and a touchdown and 9 rushes for 35 yards, and then followed up that performance by completing 6 of 11 passes for 92 yards and two touchdowns, and added 97 yards rushing on nine carries in Northside's 52-14 first round playoff win over Coffee.

"We play Stars Mill this week in the second round of the playoffs. I'm thinking about that right now, and recruiting second. I feel like I played really good in the first-round game," says Stuckey.

Considered to be one of the top all-around athletes in central Georgia, he is projected as at several different positions at the next level, including quarterback, safety, wide receiver, or a cover corner spot.

Northside High, a traditional Georgia powerhouse, is currently ranked as the #2 team in the state, and #21 nationally by StudentSports.

"My top five right now are Georgia, Clemson, Tennessee, Florida, and Florida State," says Stuckey. "And everyone right now is recruiting me as a quarterback." Stuckey's offersheet is quite impressive, as Florida State, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Auburn, Clemson and LSU all have given him official scholarship offers.

Chansi finished the year with 691 yards on the ground and 813 through the air. Last season, he was voted as an all-state honorable mention player at quarterback.

Stuckey has set up an official visit at Georgia for December 7th, two more visits to Clemson and Florida are in the works, but have not been confirmed yet. He has also scheduled an in home visit from the UGA on November 29th.

Despite various reports and interviews, you just have to believe that if Stuckey were to become a Tiger he would end up in the secondary, probably as a cover corner. Top Stories