DL, HOUSTON MACARTHUR
ISAIAH CHAMBERS REALIZED THAT HE
had the potential to play at the highest level
during his sophomore season after college
coaches started stopping by Houston MacAr-
thur to show interest.
The 6-foot- 4, 252-pound defensive end now
holds over 20 FBS offers from some of the top
college programs in the nation.
“During my sophomore season, college
coaches started to ask my coaches about
me,” Chambers said. “Once that happened,
the offers started pouring in from there. I plan
to announce a Top 8 list of programs at our
spring game on May 28th. From there, I want
to take some visits this summer and narrow
my list to a Top 5 before the season. I don’t
have a specific timeline for my decision, just
whenever I feel comfortable.”
Chambers is ranked as Rivals.com’s No. 218
player in the country and the No. 28 prospect
in the state of Texas. He also holds an invite to
the Rivals 5-Star Challenge in Baltimore this
summer, an invite-only camp for the nation’s
“I recently received an invite to the Rivals
5-Star Challenge too,” Chambers said. “It
proves that I’m not only one of the best in my
area or the state, but now I have the chance to
be one of the best in the nation. I’m excited to
complete against some of the best players at
The standout defensive end finished with
78 tackles, 21 sacks, 32 tackles for loss and
four forced-fumbles – earning the District
18-6A Defensive MVP and First Team Defense
honors, plus 6-A All-State Second Team
Defense honors this past season.
“I want to win the district MVP and have
25-plus sacks my senior season,” Chambers
said. “My main goal is to help lead my team to
the playoffs. It would be the first time in over 10
years that MacArthur has made the postseason
and that would be special.” – Matt Clare
DL, MCKINNEY NORTH
IF HIS NUMBERS FROM THE 2014 SEASON
weren’t scary enough— 35 tackles for loss,
16. 5 sacks, 33 quarterback hurries—
opponents in 2015 have something else to worry
about when facing McKinney North defensive
lineman Justin Madubuike.
“I’m still growing,” says Madubuike, who
stands 6-foot- 3. 5 and weighs 260 pounds, at
least as of the end of spring football.
Couple his size with his eye-catching burst
from the line and relentless motor, and it’s
little wonder why Madubuike had received
24 major college offers before the end of his
junior season. But he’s in no hurry to make a
“I just say ‘wait and watch’,” Madubuike
said. “It’s really hard to make a decision and
you should take your time. I’m gonna take it
slow and keep level-headed about it.”
He says some might project him at the next
level as a stand-up defensive end or even an
outside linebacker because of his speed, but
Madubuike is confident he will be playing from
a three-point stance in college.
His first offer came from Ole Miss, but his
junior season spurred the attention of perennial powers Ohio State, Alabama, Auburn, USC,
Texas, Michigan State, and Oklahoma.
“They tell me I’m going to play early [in
college] because I’m really strong,” he added.
“But everyone at the next level can play. I went
to the doctor and he said my growth plates are
Madubuike’s focus in the offseason has
been to continue to get stronger and faster.
In fact, as part of that process, he ran the
100 meters in the junior varsity division at a
handful of track meets last spring, running it in
11. 55 seconds at a meet in Carrollton.
He also registered a 570-pound squad and a
370-pound bench press in the offseason.
For Madubuike, it will be an interest next 12
months for certain. – Kevin McPherson
VISIT US AT
FOR MORE DETAILS!
WH Y CHOOSE
Our unique internal cabling
design makes this the most
user friendly system on the
market. It is truly plug-and-play ready
Custom, fully anodized,
telescoping tower reaches 20
feet above the ac;ion
Highest quality high-defini;ion camcorder on the
end zone camera market today
19” high-defini;ion monitor
makes this the best seat in the
All the necessary components, including weatherproof
covers for the electronics, are
included and store neatly in a
rugged Pelican case
YOU’VE SEEN THE REST,
NOW BU Y THE BEST!