Chaisson stays the course

It's been pretty quiet lately around the recruitment of three-star dual-threat quarterback Joe Chaisson.
The Beaumont (Texas) Westbrook prospect has had no shortage of scholarship offers and hasn't hesitated naming a leader. It doesn't appear much has changed. He does want to put a few rumors to rest.
The Oklahoma Sooners were rumored to have started to recruit him again since the recent happenings with their quarterback situation. Chaisson says he hasn't heard anything yet.

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"They were one of my top three schools going into the recruiting process," Chaisson said. "I haven't heard from them much yet though."
Tennessee remains the top school for the 6-foot-2, 167-pounder.
"Whenever I went and visited them, I had that warm feeling about the place," Chaisson said. "I still have that feeling and that's keeping them at the top."
LSU, another school that has offered according to Chaisson, is right behind the Volunteers. That doesn't mean he's closing in on a decision.
"It's whenever it feels right," he said. "It may be after some visits and into the season."