We recently caught up with Chapman to ask about the upcoming season; Chapman who carried the ball 28 times last season for the Eagles felt he needed to work on his speed and footwork this off season to increase his performance this upcoming season. According to Chapman, “The team worked harder than ever this summer, and is looking to make it to the State Championship game this season.”
The Eagles have a lot to live up to this season based off the 2014 team, but are poised and ready to take on the challenge.
Chapman’s summer was one to take note of as he attended a few camps most notably the Oregon camp where he received “The Most Outstanding Senior Running Back Award,” and has been speaking with Oregon and Kansas State. Chapman whose goals are to play at the next level has worked hard preparing for this season each day and presumably a future college career.
Chapman spends his time off the field with family and friends, as well as in the class room and weight room. The Eagles running back carries a 3.5 GPA, and has outstanding numbers in the weight room with a squat of 510lbs, bench of 400lbs, and cleans of 315lbs; but it doesn’t stop there, he also has a vertical of 32” and a speedy 40 time of 4.51 seconds.