|The captain for Georgia last season, Chapas is a snap-to-whistle player, relying more on effort and guile than skill and talent. While he has the prototypical size to be a fullback in the NFL, he does not have the advanced receiving skills to be versatile enough for the H-back position. Chapas, though, is one of those players who will churn out a needed yard or two. His biggest strength is his initial impact as a blocker, often driving the opponent back, and maintains that aggressiveness throughout the play. A coach's player, Chapas will likely be a late-round selection and a good bet to stick on a roster as a special teams player or be stashed on a practice squad.