Michigan Making Chambers a Priority

Houston (Texas) MacArthur junior defensive end Isaiah Chambers updates his Michigan recruitment.

Michigan defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin and assistant Greg Mattison have both made it a priority to make Houston (Texas) MacArthur defensive end Isaiah Chambers part of the Wolverines' 2016 class.

In fact, the duo has already made multiple trips to the Lone Star state to check in on the talented four-star prospect. With both of them -- this week -- stopping by for a in-school visit with Chambers.

And so far, Chambers says his relationship with the two coaches is moving in the right direction.

"Coach Durkin is just a straight edge guy. He's pretty honest," Chambers said. "Coach Mattison is pretty cool too. I just want to talk to him more."

Adding: "They talked to my coach about playing time. They talked about the prestige of their program. How many fans they had at their spring game, stuff like that."

With Michigan showing considerable interest, Chambers did admit they are trending in the right direction in his recruitment.

"It's very high," Chambers said on his interest in Michigan. "They are recruiting me hard. Probably one of the schools that is recruiting me the hardest right now."

That being said, Chambers says his next plan is to get to Ann Arbor, Mich. for an on campus visit.

"I still plan on coming to Michigan," he said. "It will be in the summer, I just don't know when yet. But it will definitely be in the summertime.

"I just want to see the atmosphere of Michigan. I just want to see the program more."

Upcoming, Chambers says he has planned visits with Michigan, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.

As far as his final decision, Chambers says he plans on making his commitment known near signing day 2016.

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