- Lower than offensive lineman on every short-yardage play. Good agility and ability to change direction for his size.
- Short, stumpy build so he typically wins the leverage battle. When he does so, Chapman can be tough to move, even showing the ability to handle double-teams.
- Rarely goes to the ground, showing good balance from his high school wrestling days.
- Played with good leverage, even on the nose, despite average bulk. Hustle defender with a good bull rush inside that can close and get home when quarterbacks leave the pocket.
- Provides some secondary interior pass rush, getting most penetration when playing three technique.
- Must improve hand use and read-and-react skills. Lacks the violent hands to shed and can be eliminated by double-team blocks.
- Sees the ball well but is stuck on blocks when head-up; does not shed to make plays often enough.
- Inconsistent in his ability to separate from blocks, however, making him more of a nuisance than a snap-to-snap terror.
- Lacks closing speed and inconsistent quickness off the snap prevents him from being an elite pass rusher.
- Good strength, though his marginal arm length limits his ability to grab hold of ballcarriers as they run by.
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