From a Bulldog to a Ram… Hampton’s Chambers commits to play for Bluefield College

Published 2:34 pm Friday, April 24, 2020

Whenever Hampton quarterback Conor Jones needed to find an open receiver during a game in the 2019 season, it wasn’t much of a surprise that he would always look for #16 on the field as he knew senior receiver Gage Chambers would be ready for a pass to come his way.
And Chambers responded with some big-time catches on his way to a stellar senior campaign.
Chambers finished out 2019 with 724 yards of total offense for Coach Michael Lunsford’s Bulldogs. Included in that total were nine touchdowns.
On defense, Chambers collected three interceptions and recorded 35 tackles.
“Gage is one of the most competitive kids that I have ever coached,” said Lunsford. “He was always willing to do whatever it took to win.
“He had a ton of pride in winning his matchup no matter if it was blocking, catching, tackling, or just being a vocal leader.”
In joining Coach Dewey Lusk’s team, he becomes a part of a program that finished 4-7 in the 2019 campaign. There are 41 other commitments to the incoming class for 2020 including John Battle’s Dylan Cunningham and David Crockett’s John Collie from the Tri-Cities area.
The Rams participate in the Mid-South Conference and out of 11 games, the Rams play 10 in-conference contests. Bluefield is scheduled to make a trip to Meadowview, VA to play Emory and Henry this season.

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