TCU signatory Kyron Chambers played at the All American Bowl
The All American Bowl took place on Saturday and TCU was well represented by signer Kyron Chambers.
The South Oak Cliff defensive back had a big impact on the win, playing excellent defense against a multitude of talented receivers and achieving that interception – and nearly pick six – that rocked Twitter.
Chambers reportedly scored but fumbled – although he got the ball back.
He also had a nice SEB on a third down pitch:
Chambers also had an impressive week of training, getting noticed by recruiting scouts, teammates and opponents. Playing against some of the best high school QBs in the country, he more than held up:
Chambers, a three-star prospect, has just won a state championship at SOC. The Dallas native picked TCU out of 21 offers, moving to the Arizona Frogs after initially signing up to the Wildcats in June. The All-State selection was a huge addition to the Class of 2022 and could see the field early for the Horned Frogs. At 6 ‘and almost 200 pounds already, the cornerback certainly has the size to do it.
Three TCU high school signers have competed in All American Bowls this season, while future Frogs Chace Biddle and Jordan Hudson both appeared in the Under Armor game earlier this month.