By John Bosquez and Michael De Leon
The courting of Isaiah Chambers has many big name suitors calling recently, but we won't know where he plans on continuing his education until after the 2015 football season.
The four-star defensive tackle from Aldine McArthur High school is the most sought after defensive player in the state. Isaiah possesses the strength and agility that Division I programs are looking for.
The defensive scheme that is run at Aldine has him as a defensive tackle, where Chambers dominates. Chambers, however, would like to switch to defensive end. Chambers has been speaking with Texas A&M recruiter Clearence Mchenry. Chambers is still taking his time with the recruiting process. According to Chambers he has already built a strong rapport with A&M.
SB Nation's Bud Elliott says Chambers has several visits coming up.
As far as visits coming up, Chambers plans to see Ole Miss on the weekend of March 20, and wants to get to TCU and Baylor practices this spring as well.
Chambers plans to make his decision closer to National Signing Day and said that playing time and his relationship with the coaching staff will play into his decision.
Chambers' suitors will just have to wait a little while longer. When midseason approaches, he may already have a decision in mind, but has said he may not make an announcement until close to signing day.
Chambers was recently matched up against Allen's Greg Little and North Mesquite's Jean Delance in one-on-one drills between offensive and defensive lineman at Nike's The Opening regional in Dallas. See the video at the 2:08 and 3:36 spots below for more on Chambers.