Two visits set for CCSF DB

Playing for one of the top JUCO programs in the country, CCSF CB Allen Chapman (5-10, 175) has gotten noticed by quite a few four-year programs. This weekend he will visit one of the three schools that have offered and, after playing in the State Championship game on December 11th, he will visit at least one more school before he makes a decision on where he will continue his football career...

"I'm visiting New Mexico on Friday (December 3rd) and I'll visit Kansas State on December 18th," Chapman told JCFootball.com. "Tulsa also wants to get me out on a visit, but right now those are the two schools I'm visiting."

Chapman has been a lock-down for the Rams and totaled 47 tackles and led the team with five interceptions as a freshman in 2009.

This season, he was just as good, racking up 58 tackles and leads the team with seven interceptions while helping them to an 12-0 record.

"It's been a good season for me," Chapman said. "I've played pretty well and we're in the Championship Game which is always your goal as a team so it will be fun."

In addition to his confident personality, Chapman also possesses outstanding speed, running a 4.32 in the 40-yard dash.

"I have speed and quickness and I like to be aggressive," Chapman said. "That's what I do best, play aggressively and shut guys down."

Chapman is on pace to graduate in May and he will have three years to play two wherever he ends up.

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