Kerman (Calif.) quarterback Sean Chambers feels like his recruitment could end soon after a two-day unofficial visit across the country.
Headed home after two days of packed action at Rutgers, Chambers consistently used the words “incredible” and “amazing” to describe his experience.
“The visit was incredible both today and yesterday,” he said. “It blew me away. We walked into the facility with 20 people outside to greet me. I knew Rutgers had a nice campus but when I saw the four campuses on a tour for myself, it was awesome.”
Did Chambers consider a commitment?
“No, because I have to go home and talk to my family about that,” Chambers said. “There's probably something coming soon. I have to talk to my family.”
The Rutgers coaching staff, which made plenty of time for Chambers while also on the road at satellite camps, made him feel like a priority.
“What stood out to me was coach (Jerry) Kill and coach (Chris) Ash,” Chambers said. “They have a vision and they're really striving to achieve that vision. Rutgers football wasn't great last year but they're going the right way to get there.”
Kill offered Chambers during spring evaluation, and reached out about adding a second quarterback within hours of Jalen Chatman's commitment.
“They said they need quarterbacks that can lead, and I feel I can fit their vision,” he said.
“Kyle was talking to me about how he's enjoying Rutgers after being a grad transfer,” Chambers said. “Gio talked to me about all of the stuff he does there and how much he loves going to school at Rutgers.”