The Chandler Wolves have been one of the most consistent programs in the state.
They are also apparently consistent in their commitments.
Last month, defensive tackle Chris Manoa and defensive back Bryce Jackson committed to the Rebels on the same day. Tuesday, wide receiver/tight end Jarick Caldwell committed as well.
— Jarick ? (@jarick_caldwell) July 18, 2017
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound pass catcher has the makings of a tight end if he continues to bulk up and is coming off of a junior season where he averaged nearly 19 yards per catch and had 484 yards and four touchdowns.
This is the sixth commitment for Chandler in the 2018 class: Manoa, Jackson and Cadwell all are heading to UNLV, wide receiver Gunner Romney and kicker Cash Peterman are BYU-bound and outside linebacker/defensive end Brayden Flynn is committed to Navy.
Not Just The Class of 2018
It’s been a busy week for Wolves in multiple recruiting classes.
In addition to the commitments of Romney and Caldwell, 2019 quarterback Jacob Conover was offered by Alabama on Monday.