"I go back to Arizona tomorrow," said Chambers. "Everything's been good. It feels great to be home for a little while. I have enjoyed seeing everybody."
With his batteries recharged from the home cooking and hospitality, Korian is ready to make this season his best one yet.
"I am going to try to be more dominate this year," said the talented offensive tackle. "I really want to improve in my pass blocking. I got my GPA up last semester, so I just need to keep that up. I should be able to get out in December."
Several schools have offered and Chambers has trouble naming them all. While more options are expected this fall, two schools appear to be making Korian a priority in the early going.
"New Mexico and Mississippi State are the main ones staying in touch with me," Korian. "I talk to New Mexico every week and it's been a couple of weeks since I talked to Mississippi State, but I met with them this summer."
No school is pressuring Chambers for a decision and all interested parties seem to be okay with his timeline for making a commitment.
"I want to take some visits during the season," said Korian. "I know for sure I am going to visit Arizona. I visited Mississippi State this summer, so I am not sure if I will take another visit there.
"I am going to try to get something done during the middle of the season, if not it will be after the season. I am just trying to see how things go."