After just one year in Fort Worth, redshirt freshman defensive end Isaiah Chambers is transferring from the program, he announced on Monday night, citing health concerns with his aunt, who’s also his legal guardian.
🚨 This is the best decision for me and my family , God bless pic.twitter.com/9YLaC6Op1P
— Isaiah Chambers (@esta_guapo) August 14, 2017
“With that being said I have decided to transfer from TCU to a University closer to home,” Chambers said.
A Houston native out of Aldine MacArthur, the most plausible landing spots now that Chambers has elected to head to a university closer to home appear to be Houston or Texas A&M, considering each offered during his first recruitment. David Bailiff and the Rice Owls are an option, as well, although the Cougars or Aggies make a bit more sense from a pure competition standpoint for the former blue-chip recruit.
Chambers was ranked as the nation’s No. 136 player, No. 7 strong-side defensive end and the No. 23 player in Texas during the 2016 class, per 247Sports Composite.
Chambers was named one of five TCU redshirt freshmen to watch during the 2017 season by 247Sports.
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