An attendee at the January 28th Michigan Junior Day was safety Artis Chambers (6-2, 185, 4.45) from Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Snyder.
GoBlueWolverine has confirmed that Chambers was offered a scholarship at the Junior Day.
However, the big surprise is that about a week ago, according to the Chambers household, Artis called and committed to the Wolverines.
This all happened while U-M was without a recruiting coordinator or defensive backs coach, or even a defacto defensive coordinator. So stay tuned while GBW confirms the status of the situation for sure.
As a junior, Chambers recorded 50 tackles and four interceptions.
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