Baltimore Polytechnic Institute senior wide receiver Tyrese Chambers is just blessed to be healthy and to be playing the game he loves.
During the his junior season, Chambers was sidelined with the majority of the year with a broken collarbone. He hasn’t seen a ton of college offers (only from Morgan State) due to his time missed last season.
Now he’s 100 percent-or in his words “Better than ever,” and ready to help guide Poly to a state championship.
And so far the playmaker is proving and showing just in the first two games that he is ready for a big season. Chambers has 10 receptions, Averaging 20+ yards per catch, Over 300 yards receiving, 4 TD’s and 2 conversions.
Tyrese Chambers is this weeks Ricardo Report Featured Student Athlete.
Peace: After two games how does it feel to have football season back?
Chambers: It feels great especially since I really didn’t get a chance to really show case my talent because of my injury my junior year but I’m back and better then ever and it feels great to play ball again.