Clifford Chattman’s recruitment has gone in multiple directions since de-committing from LSU in November amid Les Miles’ uncertain job security.
Now another SEC school has landed among Chattman’s finalists.
Oklahoma, Florida State, Arizona and Texas A&M have cracked the three-star prospect’s top four schools, Chattman announced via Twitter on Monday.
The announcement comes just hours removed from an official visit to Arizona this weekend.
The 6-foot-4, 175-pound athlete from McDonogh 35 High School (New Orleans) has scheduled official visits to Florida State for this coming weekend and to Texas A&M on Jan. 29.
Chattman previously took an official visit to Oklahoma on Nov. 6, then received an in-home visit from members of the Sooners coaching staff on Dec. 4, days after de-committing from LSU.
Half of the school’s included in Chattman’s top four have recently made their push for the prospect. Arizona and Texas A&M both offered Chattman earlier in January.
South Carolina is also making a strong play for Chattman.
Chattman is rated as Louisiana’s No. 32 prospect and the No. 44 athlete in the nation, per 247Sports’ composite rankings.