2016 WR Tavares Chase is used to the pace of the recruiting process by now. He’s got the nation’s top football teams and the most well known coaches beating down his door.
offered Chase (6-2, 170) a month ago knowing full well how
difficult it will be
to pull the IMG receiver out of Florida. It’s not that Chase is
leave his home state. He’s open to that. With schools all over
offering him Chase has thought about leaving home.
that the list of schools recruiting Chase is so long no one
program can be
thought of as having anything more than a modest chance of
was just telling me about the school when they offered me. They
talking to me about how I would fit in well and how they would
love to have me
be a little room for optimism for the NC State coaches.
been up there but I’ve been talking to my granddad about it. He
hasn’t given me
a specific date yet but we’re probably going to go up there.
Right now that’s
the only school up that way that I’m thinking about visiting but
if I do go up
there then it’s going to be more schools that I visit.”
Florida State have hosted Chase as an unofficial visitor this
year. He said
he has a close relationship with the coaches at Florida State
but he also said
some of that has been overblown from some quarters. Chase said
he knows Florida
has had some tough moments this year but he went to their game
against LSU and
was still impressed with the fan showing and crowd support.
to visit NC State and other schools after the season and he does
not want to
come up with any favorites before then.
holds offers from Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Ohio State,
Penn State and South Carolina among others. Chase is rated a
four-star prospect and the No. 54 receiver in the nation by