The Utah schools have been on Brekkott Chapman out of Roy (Utah) High School. Now a horde of out of state schools is making a surge.
Brekkott is a promising stretch four-man.
A 6-8, 200-pound power forward out of the 2014 class, Chapman has been on the radar of Brigham Young, Utah and Utah State for quite some time. This fall most of the Pac-12 and Gonzaga have gotten in the mix.
According to Champman’s travel team coach Lynn Lloyd of the Utah Prospects, every school in the Pac-12 except for Oregon, Washington and Washington State. Out of the Pac-12 schools who have watched Chapman, all but USC have offered.
“He’s going to be a great one,” Lloyd said about Chapman. “Not just a good one, but a great one. He’s still growing and has a wingspan of 7-feet. He used to play receiver in football and has great feet and hands. He just needs to get stronger.”
Arizona and UCLA are pushing for unofficial visits, but Chapman might just wait till after the high school season and use some of his official visits.
Wide open in his recruitment, Chapman has no intention of taking a Mormon Mission.
Outside of the in-state schools, Arizona, Gonzaga and UCLA are recruiting Chapman the hardest according to Lloyd.
Currently Chapman is ranked No. 107 by 247Sports and No. 95 in the 247Composite.