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Terrell Chatman commits to Arizona State over TCU


Former Miami commit Terrell Chatman announced Monday afternoon that he is signing with Arizona State instead of TCU to play college football.

A wide receiver from Louisiana, Chatman planned to announce his college decision on National Signing Day, but none of his top schools received a national letter of intent from Chatman.

Chatman later said he needed to talk about his decision with his family and would announce the following day. Still, no schools got a fax from Chatman.

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Three days later, Chatman announced his decision after narrowing it down to the Sun Devils and Horned Frogs. Chatman chose to play for Arizona State over TCU, Georgia and Miami.

Scout.com rated Chatman as a four-star prospect and ranked him as the No. 55 wide receiver in the 2015 class.

Below is a video from MaxPreps showing one of Chatman’s more impressive catches.

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