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|Chandler heading to Millsaps|
Ferriday High's Charles Chandler will continue his football career at Millsaps College in Jackson. Ms.
"I'm very excited," Chandler said. "It's a dream of mine to continue playing football. I'm looking forward to playing on Saturdays now."
Ferriday High head footall coach Richard Oliver said the 6-foot-2, 215-pound Chandler will do well in the classroom and on the football field.
"Charles is a highly intelligent footbal player who first of all will take care and earn his degree and also contribute on the football field. He is a big, physical football player who will help them out. He's perfect for their system."
Chandler said he is being looked at as as defensive end.
"I'm going to be playing a lot of special teams this year," he said. "I like the defensive line coach and look forward to working under him."
Chandler said he is looking to improve his speed and power.
Chandler, who is going to major in biology and plans on becoming a physical therapist, will enroll in Millsaps in June
Chandler said playing in Jackson is convenient because it is two hours away from home and close to Memphis where his mom lives.
"It worked out well," he said.
Chandler said he will miss Ferriday High.
"There's nothing like playing every Friday night before the home crowd," he said. "I got to play with a lot of talented people and we faced good competition, especially in the playoffs. But I'm anxious to step up to another level."
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