Receiver Cam Chambers is 5th Michigan State football player to enter transfer portal

Matt Charboneau
The Detroit News

East Lansing — The line to the transfer portal continues at Michigan State as wide receiver Cam Chambers has entered his name, becoming the fifth Spa rtan to do so.

Chambers, a fourth-year junior from Sicklerville, N.J., confirmed in a message to The News that he had entered the portal after appearing in just two games this season. Chambers is the latest Michigan State player to enter the portal, joining linebacker Brandon Bouyer-Randle, running backs Connor Heyward and La’Darius Jefferson, as well as wide receiver Weston Bridges.

Michigan State receiver Cam Chambers has 24 career catches for 330 yards.

Chambers had 19 catches for 264 yards in 11 games last season after catching five passes for 66 yards as a redshirt freshman in 2017. A former four-star recruit and part of the 2016 class, Chambers graduated last spring from Michigan State and had entered law school.

"He's graduated, and he'll take all graduate law courses,” coach Mark Dantonio said in July. “It's outstanding. And the fact we're able to do that and pay for that, when you think about what college can do for your life and what being a major college football player can do, outside of playing football, he'll have tremendous opportunities because of it."

However, Chambers saw limited action this season and expressed his frustration on Twitter earlier this week, responding to a post and saying he’s “been begging to play all season.”

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