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2021 NFL Draft Prospect: Isaiah Chambers, EDGE, McNeese State

Isaiah Chambers McNeese State
McNeese State added FBS transfer Isaiah Chambers this year and let me tell you he is a beast at coming off the edge. I expect a monstrous season in 2020.

Isaiah Chambers has not played one snap at the FCS level, but this kid has so much talent it is sickening. Chambers was a four star recruit out of high school and spent one season at TCU before transferring to the University of Houston.

Chambers would transfer to Houston down the road from TCU and have to sit out one year to fulfill the NCAA Transfer requirements. But man did he show up in 2018. He finished the 2018 season with 4.5 sacks after suffering a knee injury that kept him out of most games. He would have a big 2019 season.

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Last year, Chambers appeared in 10 games and led the Cougars in sacks with 5. He is a long pass rusher that racked up only 13 tackles. Of those thirteen tackles, six were tackles for loss and five of those tackles for loss were sacks. Are you kidding me? This kid is a freak who is not getting tons of playing time. He is now going to McNeese State where he will be in on every down.

Chambers will be going up against decent FCS players, but it is not the same as going up against FBS players. I would not be shocked if this kid ends the year with 15 sacks.

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As you know, I rarely write about a player who has not taken a snap in the FCS, but it would be crazy for me not to write about Chambers. The 6050, 265 pound pass rusher maybe the best defensive end in the FCS after the season. He certainly has the ability to be a beast for McNeese. I would be utterly disappointed if Chambers does not rack up 10 plus sacks this year. I think he will finish with the best year of his career. – Damond Talbot, NFL Draft Diamonds Owner

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