Meet an emotional and tough Defensive end who is a big time player maker for OKC’s Bishop McGuinness Fighting Irish. Andrew Chambers uses his speed/quickness off the edge along with a high motor and a lot of emotion and is a player who looks to revolutionize the position of DE to show you don’t have to be 6’3 and above to play at a high level.
Six Star football – Most influential person
Andrew- the most influential person to me would be Kobe Bryant… even though he is a basketball player his work ethic and passion influence me to do the same except in football.
Six Star football –What was your offseason like
Andrew- I work out usually twice a day in the summer lift in the morning speed in the afternoon. Have not attended any camps yet.
Six Star football – What did you improve upon this most this offseason
Andrew- definitely the best thing I improved would be my discipline to not jump offsides and cause penalties as I did not once this year.
Six Star football – What colleges are looking at you
Andrew – I personally show interest in the university of Arkansas and Texas but no collages have reach out to me yet
Six Star football – Pre Game Ritual
Andrew – one of my pregame rituals is I drink a gallon of water the day of the game during school
Six Star football – Favorite song
Andrew – I don’t have a favorite song I like all music from Mozart to Cheif Keef
Six Star football – Favorite class
Andrew- favorite class would definitely have to be history especially American history
Six Star football – Biggest weight room accomplishment
Andrew- biggest weight room accomplishment would have to be squatting 405lbs
Six Star football – Teammate likely to be college star
Andrew- a teammate that can play at the next level for sure would be Dominic Richardson or Brynden walker
Six Star football – Teammate Hardest worker
Andrew – hardest working teammate would be Miguel brown always see him improving his game
Six Star football – Teammate to keep an eye on
Andrew- player to keep an eye on would be Cole Limber upcoming receiver for the fighting Irish