Syracuse football offer CRF transfer to Tyrese Chambers, one of 30 regular-season 1,000-yard WRs
Syracuse football continues to explore the transfer portal in the week following the end of its regular season. Orange wide receivers coach Terrence Samuel extended an offer to the extended transfer of the FIU Tyrese Rooms Thursday.
A 6-foot-1, 185-pound native of Baltimore, Md., Chambers was one of 30 Football Bowl division receivers to reach 1,000 yards in the regular season, catching 45 passes for 1,074 yards and nine touchdowns. for the Panthers. Chambers still has two years of eligibility as a fifth-year junior redshirt.
Chambers began his career in 2018 at Fort Scott Junior College in Kansas before taking his first game at FCS Sacred Heart the following fall. He racked up 50 receptions for 811 yards and eight touchdowns for the Crusaders before the school’s 2020 season was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic. So last season was Chambers’ only FBS experience, although he exploded for three games over 150 receiving yards. And after head coach Butch Davis was let go in November, the productive wide receiver decided to officially explore his other options.
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Other schools offering rooms outside the portal include Indiana, Purdue, Buffalo, Arizona, Hawaii, FAU, Georgia Southern, Liberty, South Alabama, Marshall, Toledo, USF, Western Kentucky. He was originally a Baltimore Polytechnic Institute two-star prospect in the 2018 class, according to the 247Sports Composite, and traveled to Fort Scott as a rebound from Alabama A&M.
SU has now nominated four transfer candidates in chambers and offensive linemen Willie tyler (ULM), Miles Frazier (CRF) and Hunter Nourzad (Cornel).
Syracuse receiver room lost first target Taj harris to a mid-season transfer, but the rest of the contributors have the right to return. SU also has a receiver engaged in its 2022 class in Donovan brown, another product of the Terrapin State.