One of the top offensive tackle prospects from the South is Trey Chandler from Buford, Georgia. Chandler, 6-6 and 255 pounds, has some impressive scholarship offers.
"Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Florida, Alabama and Arkansas have all offered me so far," said Chandler. "Right now, I would say that FSU and Georgia are my leaders and I am also looking at just about everyone else. I have not ruled out anyone. I want to take my visits and pick the best situation for me."
Chandler could have a dilemna with his upcoming decision. He grew up a Georgia fan and has two former teammates and friends, the Sam brothers (P.K. and Lorne), at Florida State.
"Man I have always been a Georgia fan and so has my family. I have been to Georgia twice and I watched their camp last month. Lorne and P.K. are raving about Florida State. I have always heard great things and they dominated the game in the '90s."
Chandler looks like a very good prospect on film. He moves well, plays aggressively, and is a force at the high school level. However, he knows he has too get bigger to play major college football.
"I have got to get bigger. I am 255 pounds now and I was 235 at this time last season. I think I can be a 300 pounder in a few years and not lose my lateral quickness and speed. In fact, I am getting faster and quicker. I have good hands and I stay real low. I credit our coaches for coaching me so well."