Football is certainly a team sport.
Eleven players are on the field at all times, whether it’s offense, defense or special teams.
However, the nature of football also dictates that some positions are going to be in the spotlight more than others. With that glare of the spotlight often comes added pressure and how the player at the position handles that pressure often goes a long way in how successful the team will be.
Quarterback is certainly one of those positions and Winder-Barrow High School rising senior Noah Chapman has shown he is more than capable of handling all the pressure associated with being under center.
For one, Chapman is excelling in the classroom at WBHS. In addition to gaining the attention of schools such as Berry in Georgia, Chapman is looking to attending various Ivy League Schools. That’s really all one needs to know when it comes to where his academics stand.
On the football field, it doesn’t take long for one to notice Chapman. The soon-to-be senior stands above most of the opposing team’s defenders due to his height, his accurate arm and his athletic ability. Leading into the 2015 season, Chapman and his Bulldogg teammates are primed for special things.
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