Chaz Elder, who is considered by many to be Georgia’s No. 1 college football prospect at safety, will make his college decision after 6 p.m. Friday.
The 6-foot-2, 180-pounder from Banneker High School will choose between his three finalists — UGA, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Elder has won rave reviews as a safety prospect, but decided a few months ago that he would prefer to play cornerback in college because it would give him a “better chance” of reaching his NFL dreams. UGA, South Carolina and Vanderbilt have all agreed to let him play cornerback. Here’s more on the three finalists:
Elder has alternated on favorites throughout the recruiting process. “Clemson was the school to beat, they just happened to fill up their DB spots first,” Andrews said. “Once that happened, Georgia was the school to beat. Then South Carolina came in and … they always talked about Chaz playing corner and then eventually maybe moving to safety. But his freshman year, if he went there, he would be playing corner … we’ll just have to see which school Chaz feels like is the best fit for him.
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