The first thing that comes to mind with defensive tackle, Tyrone Chambers is his extreme size. At six-four, 315-pounds, Chambers can plug some gaps in the trenches. Chambers was a bit of a surprise to those outside the walls of Larimer Athletic Complex on Wednesday as he wasn't very well-known in terms of Toledo being involved in his recruitment. After a late official visit to P.J. Fleck and Minnesota along with other offers from Mississippi, Iowa State, and Cincinnati, to name a few, Chambers didn't seem likely to pick the Rockets. In fact, Chambers was previously a Cincinnati commit before flipping to Minnesota and now, Toledo. Now, Jason Candle and the coaching staff are very excited to have the depth at defensive line once again.
Here's what Chamber's Scout.com profile evaluation reads:
"Big bodied kid who can run plays down much better than most kids of his size. Currently gets by too much on being bigger and stronger than his competition though. Must play with more consistent technique and pad level, but the physical abilities are there."
The Wyndhurst, Ohio native is ranked as the No. 65 defensive tackle in the country and No. 6 in Ohio, this is clearly a big time get for the Rockets.