CHAPIN, S.C. — Zavier Short has been quite the playmaker and a number of college programs have taken notice with the likes of Army, Charlotte, Coastal Carolina and Wake Forest extending offers to the rising senior.
Monday night, Short announced he has committed to Appalachian State.
This past season, Short had 50 catches for 705 yards and 9 touchdowns for the Eagles.
Short has been more than a dependable target for the Eagles and now, he plans on making an impact for the Mountaineers. His position coach in Boone will be Pat Washington, the former South Carolina tight ends coach under Will Muschamp.