Nickelback, Safety, It Doesn't Really Matter To Don Chapman

It really doesn’t matter to where he lines up on the football field, just as long as he is on the field. Free safety, bandit, cornerback, nickel, it is not an issue with the California native. Just put him on the field and let him play. So, when UNC defensive coordinator Jay Bateman asked Chapman to take some reps last year at corner, no problem. (Tar Heel Illustrated)

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Nickelback, Safety, It Doesn't Really Matter To Don Chapman

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