4-star wide receiver Terrell Chatman finally made a decision today, and it didn't work out for the Frogs. Chatman had been committed to the University of Miami since July 4, 2014, but had been expected to flip somewhere else for the past month or so.
Chatman would up eliminating Miami and Georgia from his top four, choosing between TCU and Arizona State. Chatman is a tall receiver (6-foot-3, 180 pounds) from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He's the No. 55 wide receiver in the 2015 class, according to Scout.com, and the No. 6 wide receiver in Louisiana.
Chatman's final four were TCU, Arizona State, Georgia, and Miami, but the receiver also held offers from Arizona, Louisville, and Wake Forest.
This wasn't an easy decision for Chatman, who needed a few extra days to talk to family about what he should do. He showed up late for his school's signing day event, leaving sporadically to talk on the phone, presumably with his parents. It was rumored that Chatman favored Arizona State, while his parents favored TCU. In the end, the kid won out.