Chase Brice, who has long been considered a strong lean to Clemson or Michigan State, has interest in two particular SEC programs, too.
The 4-star quarterback from Grayson High School told the AJC over the weekend that he’d like to unofficially visit both Kentucky and Alabama sometime this fall though he’s unsure when those visits will take place.
Brice, who reported an offer from the Wildcats in May, says he’s been impressed by the direction Kentucky is headed under coach Mark Stoops.
“Kentucky has grown because coach Mark Stoops has done a good job developing players and athletes and selling his team,” said Brice. “And they’ve got some great athletes.”
On the other hand, Alabama has yet to extend an offer, and Brice tells the AJC that he wouldn’t mind picking one up.
“Alabama is a powerhouse, and who wouldn’t want to be a quarterback for that offense?” Brice said.
However, Brice maintains that he’s still open. The No. 27 player in the state in 2017 has reported 18 offers so far, and according to 247Sports.com’s Crystal Ball predictions, there is a 75 percent chance he commits to Clemson.
“Clemson, Michigan State, all of my offers I have interest in,” Brice said.
The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder was in attendance for Michigan State’s home game against Oregon on Saturday.
“I don’t want to get to where later in the year I wouldn’t be able to see (Michigan State),” Brice said on Friday. “I like what they do, and their coaching staff is great.”
Brice says he will unofficially visit FSU and Clemson later this fall. It’s likely that he’ll be in attendance for Clemson’s game against Notre Dame on Oct. 3.