In somewhat of a surprise, Ohio State added another top talent to its recruiting class on Wednesday night in Steele Chambers.
The 4-star athlete, who’s likely going to be a running back but also plays linebacker, made the decision to give his verbal pledge via his personal Twitter.
— Steele Chambers (@steelechambers) April 19, 2018
Chambers wasn’t expected to decide this early, but clearly a visit from running backs coach Tony Alford has swayed him.
The 6-foot-2, 250-pound back is the No. 37 recruit in the state of Georgia and the No. 28 athlete overall. He is a Roswell, Ga. native and played his high school football at Blessed Trinity Catholic.
According to 247Sports, Chambers also had offers from Alabama, Auburn, California, Clemson and Georgia.
Here are some of his highlights from Hudl: