One of Michigan's first commitments in the class of 2007 was R. Nelson Snider High School's Artis…
S Artis Chambers Realizes Childhood Dream
The dream became a reality shortly after as Chambers became the second Wolverine verbal pledge for the recruiting class of 2007. "I just had to talk it over with my parents," he said. "I didn't have any other offers and that was the one I wanted, so there really wasn't any question."
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound Chambers said he hadn't been up to the campus for any Michigan camps, but planned on attending the camp this summer. He said he also plans to make it up to Ann Arbor for several spring practices.
His commitment to Michigan appears to have brought him to the attention of other programs. "I now have offers from Purdue and Indiana," he said. "I'm done though, I'm solid to Michigan."
Chambers also plays quarterback for Snider, but sees his future in the defensive backfield, and that's where the Wolverines are projecting him to play.
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