Andrew Chamblee has a long list of suitors but the Arkansas native has to narrow down his options at some point before announcing where he will play his college football.

The latest update from the Maumelle, Ark., native came on Tuesday as the 6-foot-6, 284-pound offensive lineman announced his list of the seven schools that are currently standing out in his recruitment.

Among the seven programs standing out to the Maumelle High School product, five hail from the Southeastern Conference.  Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Ole Miss and Tennessee all made the cut, in addition to Big Ten programs Michigan State and Penn State.

Chamblee is rated as a four-star prospect, the No. 4 overall prospect from Arkansas, the No. 33 offensive tackle and a top 300 overall prospect in the 2022 recruiting cycle by 247Sports Composite Rankings.

There’s no doubt Chamblee will be a top target for Sam Pittman and company in the months to come but considering how many elite programs are after the Natural State native, the Razorbacks are going to have to work hard to land the Maumelle native.

To get an idea of what he potentially brings to the college game, check out his sophomore season highlights with Maumelle High School.