2004: Came on strong at the end of the season to give UW's offense a deep-receiving threat ... was second on the team with 19 catches for 408 yards despite playing in just five games ... that figures as the third most receiving yards by a UW freshman ... only trails Reggie Williams (973 in 2001) and Chris Juergens (414 in 1998) on that list ... his 19 catches ranks sixth on UW frosh list ... averaged 81.6 yards per game and 21.5 yards per catch ... tied for team lead with two TD catches... had the best game of the year by a UW receiver when he caught eight balls for 189 and his first career TD, a 77-yard reception, vs. California ... the 77-yarder was the longest play of the year at the UW and the 14th longest reception in UW history ... followed that outing up with four receptions for 100 yards and one score vs. Washington State ... earned first career start at Oregon - four catches for 106 yards, both game highs ... caught threee passes for 13 yards vs. Arizona in a start ... saw first career action was at Stanford ... named the team's Travis Spring Most Outstanding Offensive Freshman Award winner. 2003: Redshirted the season.
High School and Personal: Mother's name is Susan ... as a senior, caught 48 passes for 804 yards ... averaged 20.1 yards per reception over his last two seasons ... had 93 catches during his prep career totaling 1,972 yards and 18 touchdowns ... an Associated Press all-state pick in 2002 ... named to Seattle Times all-area team in 2002 ... earned second-straight Seattle Times `Star Times' honor in 2002 ... named to Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... was the picked the Seattle Times' `North Athlete of the Year' for preps in 2002 ... received eight (of 10) stars on Long Beach Press Telegram's "Best of the West" poll to earn first-team honors ... had a 267-yard receiving game against Edmonds-Woodway, the 16th-most by a prep receiver in the United States in 2001 ... caught 35 passes for 863 yards and eight touchdowns in 2001 ... an All-WesCo and Seattle Times All-Area pick as a junior ... also plays forward on basketball team and runs track ... was a first team All-WesCo 4A South selection on the hardwood as a junior, averaging 13.3 points for Timberwolves, who qualified for district tournament ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 15 wide receiver in the nation by Tom Lemming for ESPN.com ... named to SuperPrep's 2002 All-America team ... ranked No. 24 wide receiver in the nation, and the No. 4 player in Washington, by SuperPrep ... ranked the No. 16 wide receiver by Prep Football Report ... a Student Sports Junior All-American in 2001 ... named to PrepStar's Dream Team (top 100) ... ranked No. 26 among wide receivers by Rivals.com ... ranked the No. 9 wide receiver in the nation by PrepStar ... an intended political science major.
Year G-S Rec. Yds. Avg. TD LG 2004 5-4 19 408 21.5 2 77
Chambers news and features:
UW Notebook: Chambers finding his form again - Vancouver Columbian (Sept. 28, 2005)
First-quarter fumble motivates Chambers to climb to new heights - Everett Hearld (Sept. 25, 2005)
In the Trenches with Craig Chambers - gohhuskies.com (Nov. 15, 2004)
Chambers breaks through - The Olympian (Nov. 14, 2004)
Chambers: 8 catches for 189 yards and TD - Everett Herald (Nov. 14, 2004)
Chambers' big day catching the ball gives Huskies boost - Seattle Times (Oct. 31, 2004)
Chambers gets free for Huskies - Seattle Times (Sept. 11, 2005)
Chambers back on field - The Herald (Sept. 11, 2005)
Chambers makes presence felt - The Tribune (Sept. 15, 2005)
Chambers races to wow UW staff - The Tribune (Aug. 29,2005)