Chambers Is A Camper To Keep An Eye On

Every year as camp season approaches, there are always a few players that stand out as likely candidates to see their offer lists rise significantly once they get out and show what they can do at camps. WR Mike Chambers of Cuyahoga Falls (Oh.) Walsh Jesuit falls into that category as he already has a couple offers, and more should come once camps get underway.

Ohio has several WR prospects that could see their stocks soar with a good camp showing, and one of them is Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit's Mike Chambers

Chambers is a terrific athlete that looks good on film. He has already received two early offers.

"The only offers I have are Michigan State and Miami (OH)," he said.

Chambers couldn't make it to Nike Camp in Columbus, but he plans to attend the session at Penn State. A multi-sport athlete, track has been keeping Chambers busy lately. He got shin splints during basketball so he's just now rounding into form for track, but he's been doing quite well.

"I'm running the 4x100 and in my split I've been running 10.7s and 10.8's," he said.

Interestingly, Chambers was once part of a national runner-up Pony League baseball team.

"We went down to Florida and we played in the nationals," he said. "We took second. We lost in the championship game."

In addition to the above-mentioned sports, Chambers also appears interested in trying out yet another sport next year during the wintertime -- hockey.

"Our school's starting for the first time next year and I'm thinking about playing," he said.

Chambers stated he hopes to make a decision before the summer's over. What will be the key factors in his choice?

"How much I like the campus, and players and coaches are going to be crucial, how I mix with them," he said.

Ohio State is really high on Chambers, and as it turns out, Chambers likes the Buckeyes quite a bit as well.  When asked about a top five, Chambers answered with "Ohio State, Michigan State, Notre Dame, UCLA, and Miami (OH)."

Chambers plans on taking the SAT June 5th. As of right now, he hasn't decided on a major.

"I haven't decided really, but I'm thinking about something in the science field," he said.


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