Noah Chambers Commits To Virginia Tech

DeMatha linebacker Noah Chambers committed to Virginia Tech. (Nick Brown)

Noah Chambers 
Linebacker, Class of 2025 
DeMatha Catholic, Hyattsville, MD 
6-2, 215 

Virginia Tech picked up a second commitment on Sunday in DeMatha Catholic product Noah Chambers.

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound linebacker from Hyattsville, Md., is the ninth commit in the Hokies’ 2025 class. South Carolina quarterback AJ Brand (Columbia) also announced his decision to attend Virginia Tech on Sunday afternoon. Chambers is the second linebacker in the group, joining Brett Clatterbaugh (Culpeper), and is one of three out-of-state pledges, along with Brand and quarterback Kelden Ryan (Fort Worth, Texas).

A three-star prospect, he’s a top-40 player in the state of Maryland. His in-state rankings vary slightly, from 28th on Rivals and 29th on On3 to 40th on 247Sports.

Chambers officially visited Liberty (June 7), Maryland (June 14) and Virginia Tech (June 21), and his announcement came at the end of his visit to Blacksburg. He held other offers from Boston College, Indiana, Ohio, Pitt, Syracuse, Temple and USF. 

Of the nine Tech commits in the 2025 class, he’s one of five on the defensive side of the ball, along with cornerback Knahlij Harrell, safety Sheldon Robinson, defensive tackle Christian Evans — who committed Thursday — and Clatterbaugh.

Chambers’ announcement makes it three consecutive years the Hokies have added talent from DeMatha. In 2023, it was cornerback Dante Lovett, while defensive tackle Emmett Laws was their pick in the 2024 class.

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  1. got a good feeling Mr. Chambers is going to be a problem for ACC receivers trying to truck thru his zip code!

  2. Watching hudl Brand might be a good get. He throws a decent long ball, can throw on the run, and has good quick action on mid-range shots. He’s listed as 6’2″ so has some size.

    1. He is talented but very raw. Needs to shorten his release and get his shoulders parallel to the ground (he leans back, which causes longer/slower delivery, etc).

      Definitely has the tools though. Hopefully, his pops can coach him up his senior year!

      If not, he’s a good enough athlete to play other positions imo

  3. Welcome aboard! I’m impressed with his field awareness, acceleration and aggressive tackling.

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