JR Stats (@ WR): "34 catches, 800 yards, 10 TDs."
JR Stats (@ CB): "50 tackles, 3 INTs, 6-7 PBUs, 2 FR."
Track-And-Field: "22.4 in 200 meters; 49.5 in 400 meters and I run on the 4x200 and 4x400 relays."
Weight Room Numbers: "235 Bench, 195 Incline, 410 Squat, 195 Power Clean."
We caught up with the East Texas stallion to talk about his offers, his No. 1 school at this point in the game, not to mention who else he's digging, and of course a lot more below...
Measuring 6-foot-3, 185 pounds and clocking forty times in the 4.5-range has Tatum WR Chance Blackmon raking in ten scholarship offers thus far...
"Right now I have ten offers but I can't remember them all," Blackmon told Scout.com. "I know I've got offers from Colorado, Colorado State, Houston, Kansas, UTEP, Boise State, Nebraska. That's all I could remember right now."
"My No. 1 school is Colorado," said the East Texas wideout hailing from Tatum. "Because right now that's where I see myself playing early, playing my freshman year."
A couple of others looking favorable to the pass-catcher from the Lone Star State are as follows: "Missouri and Oklahoma State." But Blackmon said it'll be hard to pry him away from the Buffalos.
"I committed to Colorado already and then decommitted," Blackmon sharing pertinent recruiting information with Scout.com said. "But they're still at the very top of my list and will probably stay that way."
Nonetheless, we grab his thoughts on the Tigers and Cowboys, the two schools with the best shot of unseating the Buffalos.
On Missouri: "Practically every down they pass the ball so.. And their coaches are recruiting me hard, sending me a lot of stuff that sounds interesting."
On Oklahoma State: "I know they throw the ball a lot. I like that they're in the Big 12 but not sure how much I like them, or Missouri, or anyone else verse Colorado, for that matter. Colorado's still my No. 1 choice."
Official Visit Agenda: "Colorado, Oklahoma State and Missouri."
Commitment Time Frame: "I'd like to take all of my official visits and then make my decision."