Chapman becoming a hot commodity

Clint Chapman is starting to make a name for himself, and it could not have happened at a better time. There was a time when the 6-foot-10, 245-pound power forward from Canby (OR) High School had just one scholarship offer on the table, but that number has steadily jumped to four. Additionally, several other high-major programs continue to evaluate and monitor Chapman.
"Right now, Clint has solid scholarship offers from Virginia, Nevada, San Diego State and Wyoming," said Canby head coach Dan Walker. Those schools have offered him scholarships. Arizona State, Washington State, Portland and California have all been by the gym to watch Clint practice or workout."
Aside from the aforementioned programs, Chapman is receiving a heavy amount of interest from the likes of Colorado State, Oregon, Purdue, Southern California, Utah, Gonzaga, Loyola Marymount, San Diego, and Portland State.
Chapman has been a solid performer during the AAU Circuit so far this spring, which is why so many programs have started to take notice of the 6-foot-10, 245-pound power forward.
"Clint has played extremely well in the first couple of events this spring," said Walker. "He is playing with the Portland Panthers and is really starting to blossom and come around as a player. I have not seen him play this spring, but I have been told that Clint has put together some nice back-to-back performances.
"Clint has just played very well," he added. "Now that schools have started to offer scholarships and now that more schools are interested, Clint and his family are going to process all of the information. I don't imagine that he is going to make a quick decision about his future."