ATH Sadaat Chambers
5-11, 190, 4.4
Pageland Central High School
Pageland, South Carolina
CUTigers.com has confirmed through sources that Central athlete Sadaat Chambers has committed to Clemson.
Chambers, who is projected as a defensive back for the Tigers, becomes the 21st commitment in the 2005 recruiting class. In addition, he will take no other official visits, besides his one to Clemson on January 14.
Chambers held offers from both Clemson and South Carolina before making his commitment. The Gamecocks actually moved in with a formal scholarship offer just last week.
The Tigers were the first school to offer the Central standout, and in the log run, that may have made the difference in his verbal commitment.
Also last week, Chambers told CUTigers.com that his time may be dwindling, as Clemson's class was quickly reaching its capacity.
"I would like to wait to see who else may offer, but I may not be able to wait," Chambers said. " Virginia Tech, Florida State, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Maryland and South Carolina are all showing interest. I think Virginia Tech may be close to offering. They asked my coaches to send some more tapes."
The senior stand out did it all for the Eagles this past season, playing quarterback, running back, and defensive back.
Chambers is also another recruit that will be brought in by Clemson assistant coach Dabo Swinney. We will continue to keep you updated on Sadat Chambers, right up through signing day.
Sadat Chambers Commits to Clemson
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