Recent Steele Chambers Notes
Recent Steele Chambers Features
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Week 8: In unbeaten Ohio State's big win over visiting Penn State, 20-12, Chambers had his most effective game as a pass rusher of the 2023 season so far, registering two QB pressures on the Nittany Lions' Drew Allar. He was in on six tackles. In coverage, he allowed three receptions for 47 yards. — JH
Week 7: Chambers played just 32 snaps against Purdue. He was credited with four tackles, but also missed a tackle. In pass coverage, he was targeted three times, allowing two catches for 14 yards. — JH
Week 6: Chambers played 59 snaps in the Buckeyes' big win, 37-17, over Maryland (5-1) to stay undefeated. Chambers was in on six tackles. In pass coverage, he was a bit better against the Terrapins than he was versus the Fighting Irish. He was targeted three times, allowing catches on all three for 26 yards. — JH
Week 5: DNP — bye week
Week 4: Chambers logged 65 snaps in Ohio State's dramatic road win over Notre Dame. As did fellow Buckeyes LB Tommy Eichenberg, Chambers struggled at times in run defense — though he was credited with being in on seven tackles. But he also had issues when dropping into coverage, being targeted five times and giving up receptions on all of them, totaling 58 yards. He also missed two tackles. — JH
Week 3: Chambers had six tackles in Ohio State's 63-10 dismantling of Western Kentucky. He did allow four catches when in coverage but the receptions totaled only 14 yards. He also had a pass break-up. — JH
Week 2: The middle linebacker was in on five tackles as Ohio State beat Youngstown State 35-7. He allowed just one reception, which resulted in Chambers making the tackle on the play for a five-yard loss. — JH
Week 1: Chambers was in on six tackles to the lead the Buckeyes defense held Indiana to 71 yards rushing in Ohio State's 23-3 win to start the 2023 season. While in coverage, the middle linebacker allowed three receptions for 20 yards. — JH
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
2023: Chambers enters the season as a three-year Varsity O letterwinner (with two seasons of eligibility remaining) and 17 consecutive starts...He played 11 career games at running back (2019-20), rushing for 221 yards on 28 carries 7.9 yards per carry).
2022: Started all 13 games in 2022... Recorded 77 tackles to rank second on the team... Recorded 6.5 TFLs during these two seasons after switching from RB to linebacker in 2021 fall camp... Recoverd a fumble and scored from the 1 to clinch the 43-30 win over Maryland. (11/19)... Established a career-high with 11 tackles (and eight solo stops) vs. Rutgers (11/1)... Racked up 10 tackles vs. Indiana, nine vs. Penn State, and eight vs. both Northwestern... Registered eight stops in 42-41 loss to Georgia in the CFP semifinals at the Peach Bowl.
2021: Played in all 13 games in 2021 and started four times at linebacker after switching to the position in 2021 fall camp... Ranked fifth on the team with 47 tackles... Posted two interceptions.
2020: Played in a total of 11 games for the Buckeyes as a running back/special teamer in 2019 and 2020, including playing in seven of eight contests in 2020... Logged 221 career rushing yards on 28 carries (7.9 yards per carry)... Averaged 9.6 yards per carry in 2020 with 87 rush yards off nine carries...
2019: Played four games at running game...posted career-best 63 yards on eight carries along with his first collegiate touchdown vs. Miami (Ohio).
High school: Attended Blessed Trinity Catholic High School (Roswell, GA)... Was rated as a four-star prospect by 247Sports and among the top 20 athletes nationwide... A three-year starter for head coach Tim McFarlin... Ran for 244 yards and three TDs while also throwing a touchdown pass to help Blessed Trinity Catholic advance to the Georgia 4A state title game... In the title game, ran for 98 yards and added five tackles on defense as Blessed Trinity won its second straight championship... Over 1,500 yards and 25 touchdowns as a senior... Georgia’s Region 7AAAA Player of the Year in 2017 for the state champion Titans... Excelled at both a linebacker and running back... All-Georgia honoree as an athlete from the Atlanta Journal Constitution... Georgia Athletic Coaches Association all-state selection as a linebacker... Rushed for 1,486 yards (6.9 yards per carry) as a sophomore and 1,301 as a junior... Scored the go-ahead touchdown in the 2017 state title game... On defense, totaled 70 tackles (37 solo), six tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks...
Parents are Stacy and Eric Chambers... Graduated in the spring of 2023 with his degree in finance... Academic All-Big Ten (2020-21)... OSU Scholar-Athlete (2019)
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