Coaches from two of the colleges told him they would be following his progress over the course of the next two years.
"Mississippi State's coaches said they would be keeping an eye on me and one of the coaches at Tulane said they would be keeping an eye on me," said Chandler Rogers.
Chandler explained why he chose those four college camps.
"I chose those schools mainly because they were in the local area and they would be the kind of schools that I would be interested in going to," said Chandler, an excellent student in the classroom. "My goal is to attend a strong academic college and play football at the next level which has been a dream of mine.
"(And) when I go to school I want to attend medical school and I know that Ole Miss, UAB and Tulane are very good in the medical area."
While Mississippi State doesn't have a medical school, they do have one very important thing going for them.
"I'm kind of a Mississippi State fan at heart," said Chandler.
Chandler has one more camp to attend and he will be through for the summer.
"I'm going to the Manning Passing Camp this Thursday," said the 6-3, 186-pounder who has camp or combine bests of 4.73 in the forty-yard dash, 31 inches in the vertical leap and lifted 155 pounds 18 consecutive times.
Although it's very early in the recruiting process for the talented youngster, he has a very tentative list of five schools that's he interested in.
"Probably my top five schools would be Mississippi State, Ole Miss, UAB, Tulane and Samford," said Chandler who passed for around 2,000 yards and rushed for just over 300 yards as a sophomore.
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