Prep boys’ basketball: Chapman’s rare talents garner much interest
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"Sometimes kids accept the fact they’re playing poorly," Lloyd said. "He needs to work on that a little bit."
The rare talent that Roy’s star exudes comes with an engaging personality and a polite disposition. When asked what it’s like to have some of the top college programs in America chasing him, Chapman smiled and shook his head.
"It’s a little bit hectic," he said, "but I’d rather have this than not have it. It’s going to get me somewhere in life."
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