Mack is still looking for a home

Because Coffeyville plays some very explosive offenses on a weekly basis in the Jayhawk Conference, defensive backs are at a premium and one that was a leader in the Red Ravens' deep patrol this past season was CB Chaz Mack (5-10, 175). After two solid seasons, the talented corner prospect hopes to find a home soon now that he's finished up his two-year degree

Mack had a solid prep career at Witchita (Ks.) North High School, but was unable to qualify for a scholarship to a four-year school, so he decided to head to Butler, but shortly thereafter he transferred to Coffeyville and has been happy with his decision.

"I had a brother who played here and I knew the coaches and some of the other players, so I just felt it was the right move to come here," Mack recalled to JCFootball.com.

As a sophomore last season, Mack totaled 29 tackles with two interceptions and three passes defensed from his corner spot.

"My brother is Elbert Mack and he just signed with the Houston Texans, so he and I have been working out a lot together," Mack noted. "We work a lot on our hips because that is what all great corners have -- hips. I already am pretty flexible there, but you always need to work on it."

As far as recruiting is concerned, Mack had an offer from Grambling State if he could have graduated in May, but since he had some classes to finish up this summer, they decided to move on.

"I've heard from Northwestern State, Northern Iowa and Abilene Christian too.

"I feel I can play at the highest level, so I am hoping to find something soon, but it's all just a matter of being patient I guess."

As noted, Mack has finished his classes and can enroll immediately at a school that is looking for a corner to fit into their depth. If the situation arises he can redshirt this fall and will have two to play two starting in December, but he hopes to find something this season, thus preserving that redshirt season.

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