"UTEP, Georgia Southern, Winthrop, Florida Gulf Coast, Jacksonville, North Florida, Tennessee Tech have offered scholarships," said Chealey.
Several other colleges are also showing interest in him.
"Mississippi State, Florida State, UCF, Tennessee, USC, Wichita State and Kansas State are also recruiting me," he said. " Kansas and UConn have both contacted (AAU) Coach Morales."
Chealey talked about his overall offensive game.
"The thing with me is I can get my teammates involved in the game," said the 6-foot-3 point guard. "I can also make plays. If the defensive is sagging off of me I can knock down a jumper. I can also penetrate into the lane and get my own shot or dump it off to the big man. The main thing is making plays, whether it be me or one of my teammates."
Due to the talent level on his AAU team compared to his high school team, his roles are different.
"For my AAU team, I like to get the other players involved, but for my high school team I have to do a little bit more scoring," said Chealey.
Keep it on GenesPage.com as we continue to follow Joe Chealey, one of several class of 2013 point guards that Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray is looking at.
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