Ben Chappell scouting report

Ben Chappell QB Indiana
Ht: 6’2″

Wt: 220

Strengths:
Adequate height and good overall size. Very productive player in a pass-first offense who made significant strides in senior year. Strong arm; can make just about any throw asked of him.
Weaknesses:
Inconsistent with his decision making; trusts his arm too much. Played in a system which inflated his statistics. Very inconsistent. When things start to unravel he falls apart quickly and appears to struggle to regain confidence.
Comments:
Chappell has the basic skills necessary to succeed in the NFL – a strong arm and decent accuracy. His inconsistent performance doesn’t instill much confidence, but he has the raw ability that should get him a look. His improved performance from his junior to senior year is a good sign. His best football could still be ahead.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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