BIO: Four-year starter at left tackle and awarded all-academic honors multiple times throughout college. Graduated from high school in ‘97 before going on a religious mission and will be 25 years old come draft day.
POSITIVES: Smart, durable lineman that transfers his classroom intelligence onto the football field. Blocks with solid fundamentals and displays the ability to shuffle and slide his feet in a small area. Quick off the snap, stays square and a patient blocker that seals defenders from the play with good body. Makes good use of blocking angles.
NEGATIVES: Marginal athlete who lacks balance, a dominant base and plays a bit flat-footed.
ANALYSIS: Effectively manning the blind side at Stanford in 44 straight games, Chambers did an admirable job at the Senior Bowl and moved himself into the late rounds. A high character player, he has a chance to back up at the next level.