"I caught two touchdown passes," Chandler, who recently transferred from North Lauderdale Academy to Dillard due to his coaches', firing, said. "I caught a hitch for around 65 yards and a fly for 35 yards."
TheTerritory was on hand for that game. Chandler looked like the best player on either team that night. That's saying a lot seeing how his teammate Vernon Smith is considered one of the top middle linebackers in the country. In addition to his outstanding performance on the offensive side of the ball, Chandler stood out on special teams also, by destroying a defender on a block and knocking that player out of the game.
Where do the Noles stand on his list?
"My favorite team growing up was Florida State," he said. "The offensive coordinator called me in May and told me that they would be recruiting me. If Florida State offers, I'll visit there for sure."
Chandler compares his style of play to Terrell Owens because of his aggressive nature on the field.
"My speed, aggressiveness and physical ability make the player that I am," he said.
Chandler told TheTerritory that he's looking for early playing time plus he wants to attend a school where he can make an impact on the field.
Right now Chandler has a grade point average of 3.0 and he's waiting on his test results.