Bradwell Institute senior Quintarius Chapman has accumulated a slew of offers this offseason, and has several D1 programs looking at him closely. The Bradwell Institute wide receiver just got done camping at Wake Forest yesterday, where he didn’t have one drop, and won each of his match-ups. The Wake staff was impressed with Chapman’s efforts, and said they would be in contact very soon; a Demon Deacon offer would be a true exclamation to a great offseason for the class of 2020 student-athlete.
Chapman quickly recapped what the summer has been like, “the summer has been great, we just got back from OTA at Colquitt earlier this week.”
He continued to talk about where he has improved this offseason. “I’ve been working this whole summer on my route running. I’ve been working on using my bounce and size to leap over defenders to catch the ball more – also just making my routes more crisp. Basically, I’ve been just working more on my craft every day, so defenders will have to guess what I’m running this fall.”
Kyle Adkins is the new head coach at Bradwell Institute after have good success at Campbell the last few years. For the Spartans, coach Adkins’ skill players were a highlighted feature in their offensive attack, and with BI’s 2x All-State running back Kevin Harris gone to South Carolina, there will be an offensive vacuum for the Tigers this season, which means a lot of opportunities for Chapman to prove he is one of the best in class 6-A. At 6’2″, and 210 lbs, the senior athlete has looked more explosive coming out of his release this offseason, and given his long running stride, he should be a tough match-up this fall at every level of the secondary.
Right now, Chapman has been hearing from Wake Forest, NC State, USF, UCF, FSU, GT, Princeton, Tennessee, Georgia Southern, Charlotte, Air Force and a few more D1’s.
There is little doubt that Chapman is all set for a big senior year, and fast forward 5 weeks from now, there could be even more Power 5 suitors knocking on his door. Chapman’s size, and versatility makes for a unique prospect. He was originally thought of as a h-back/tight end prospect given his size, but he really improved his quickness since we first scouted him during his sophomore year.
Either way, Chapman’s positional versatility allows for him to be moved all around the field. Imaginative offensive coordinator’s will have a field day creating mismatches for a player with his size and quickness, so keep an eye on Chapman this fall, he is all set for a 1000-yard type of season, and is someone that almost every FBS school should be keeping tabs on.
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