The 6-1, 195 pound prospect enjoyed signing day with his brother and his family. "It was good. Chris and I had a ceremony at school. We also got interviewed on the local NBC 6. We went out to dinner that night to celebrate," Chancellor told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.
Clemson fans love nicknames and the Chancellor brothers will head to Tiger Town with nicknames in hand. "Everybody on our team has nicknames. They call me 'D-money.' I've had that nickname for a longtime. They call Chris, ‘Primetime.' He got that name last year."
Demerick and Chris plan to enroll at Clemson this summer. "I am going down for the second summer session in June. Chris is coming up then as well," said Chancellor.
The prize recruit still has a little work to do on his test score. "I'm taking the ACT on Saturday. I am also taking the SAT in March. I just need one point on my ACT. I just need to get a 17 because I have a good GPA."
Coach Blackwell is keeping in contact with one of his prize recruits. "I talked with Coach Blackwell last week. He said they were getting ready for spring ball," said Chancellor.
The Miami Edison Senior standout is working hard to prepare his body for the next level. "I am working hard in the weight room and also running track. I'm up to 195 pounds. I hope I can come up and play as a true freshman. I want to just go up there and do my thing," added Chancellor.
We will continue to keep you updated on this future Tiger from Florida, right up though the first practice in August.
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