Josh Chapman, Alabama
Height: 6'1, Weight: 310 pounds
Strengths: Is short and gets low and uses natural leverage, which helps him routinely beat offensive lineman. Gets most of his penetration on passing plays by pushing the offensive lineman backward into the pocket. Showed his toughness playing most of his senior season on a knee that required surgery.
Weaknesses: Is mainly a space filler of a nose tackle. Chapman is hard to move off the blocks, but he's not a very agile lineman. Shouldn't be relied on as a pass rusher, which makes you think he may only be a two-down lineman at the next level.
Combine quotable: (On playing with a torn ACL) It was difficult at the time. I knew when I found out my ACL was torn vs. Florida, it was just… man, it was kinda had my mind down. But at the same time, there was a little stability in there, and they said I could fix it or keep on going. But if I kept going, it was limited reps, so tape the knee, brace it up to a tee and it was, I mean, as long as I keep going, I could keep going.