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C/O 2017 Spotlight: McAdory HS LB/HB Dakota Chapman (AL)

Name: Dakota Chapman
Class of: 2017
Height/Weight: 6’1″  230
High School: McAdory High School
City, State: McCalla, Alabama
GPA/ACT: 4.28 (with Honors) 26 ACT
2015 Stats:  Defensive: 85 Tackles, 18 TFL, 6 Sacks, 5 BPU’s
Offensive: 23 Pancakes, 4 Rec 52 Yds, 1 TD

The McAdory High School football program is one of the top programs in the Birmingham Area and the state of Alabama. The program has been known to produce tough, hard nose football players like the great Bo Jackson (Aburn/NFL) and Matt Caddell (WR, Alabama). That is exactly how I would describe 2017 LB/HB Dakota Chapman.

Chapman’s intelligence (4.28 GPA with honors/26ACT) and keen knowledge of the game creates a perfect combination. His relentless pursuit for perfection and blue collar work ethic makes him a prime recruiting prospect for any program at the next level.

Chapman has received four offers: Mercer, Army, Samford, and Georgia Southern and continues to receive interest from other programs including UAB, Southern Miss, and Vanderbilt, to name a few.

Check out more on 2017 LB/HB Dakota Chapman McAdory HS McCalla (AL):

Have you taken any unofficial visits? Where? Samford, UAB, Vanderbilt, Southern Miss
Will you graduate early? I will Graduate Early
List Any Unofficial Visits you will be taking:  Army, Samford, UAB, others if available
What Colleges/Universities Are You Interested In: I am keeping all Colleges and Universities open at this time.
Current Offers:  Samford, Army, Georgia Southern
What camps do you plan on attending? Working on my schedule at this time.
What Junior Days will you be attending? Working on my schedule at this time.
What will be the determining factor on choosing your college/university? Education and Stability of Program
What is your “Dream College/University”? Don’t really have a dream school.
The person who influences me the most:  My father, he is a big influence in my life and helping me develop into the best young man and player I can be.
Is Early playing time important? Yes it is, I also understand I will need to earn my playing time.
Is Playing Close To Home Important? Playing close to home is not important to me.
What is your most memorable experience during your time playing football? My favorite moment playing football was probably going undefeated in my 8th Grade football season and how dominant a team we were.  It really gave me an understanding of how much talent we had and if we worked hard through high school we could develop our talent with an opportunity to play at the next level.

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