Over the weekend, 4-star wide receiver Tychaun Chapman announced his top five programs. The five teams still vying for the coveted 2022 wideout include North Carolina (offered in March), Florida State (offered in July), Alabama, Penn State and Maryland.
The 5-foot-10, 160-pound Chapman hails from the 757 in Virginia; Chapman plays his prep ball for Princess Anne High School. If that high school sound familiar, well, that’s because it’s the same place that produced current UNC cornerback Tony Grimes.
Final 5 !! 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/ahiQRXvHfQ
— Tychaun Chapman ( Doc ) (@ChapmanTychaun) November 23, 2020
Grimes was initially a 5-star prospect for the 2021 recruiting class; his commitment to UNC in late June was hailed as a seminal moment for Mack Brown’s return to Chapel Hill. However, less than two weeks later, Grimes reclassified to 2020, due to COVID-19 concerns with his final year of prep football.
A few weeks later, Grimes enrolled and arrived on campus. He’s seen action this season, too.
Chapman plans to be patient with his decision-making process.