"It's not 100 percent yet, but I'm probably going to visit Cal on September 1 for the Tennessee game," said Anthony, ranked by Scout as the nation's No. 32 cornerback. "I'm then gonna visit Nebraska on September 15 for the USC and I'm visiting Michigan for the Penn State game on September 22."
Anthony says those three continue to lead solidly over Oregon State and Vanderbilt. Some of his other offers from Boise State, Arizona, Arizona State, Utah, Washington and Washington State (17 total). "I'll probably take four visits but my top three are pretty set.
"I think that Cal is gonna have a great year," Anthony said. "They are always pretty consistent and always do well. Same with Michigan. Michigan is always a top five team and I think this year they'll be competing for the national championship.
"I really like the Big Ten and I love the defense they play. Michigan is just a big-time program.
"But so is Nebraska," he said. "They used to be big-time and are working their way back. I just want to go there and get a feel for what it's like out there. They sign a lot of guys from Arizona, so there's got to be something about them."
Anthony's cousin is Cameron Jordan, who signed to play offensive tackle for California in February. "He doesn't really try to get me to go there," Anthony said. "He just talks with me about the program and what they are doing and stuff like that."
Chandler plays their first game on August 31 against Glendale Ironwood.
He reports a 2.9 core GPA and an 1180 SAT.