Port Huron | 6-0, 170, QB/DB/KR - Senior
An all-purpose back, Chapman committed to Central Michigan and will likely play receiver in college. Port Huron went from the MAC Blue up to the MAC White and went undefeated in winning the division. Port Huron finished this regular season 7-2 and ranked 15th in the state in Division 2. Port Huron lost in the opening round of the playoffs to defending champs Brother Rice 47-26. Mark’s 2012 stats – 71 of 133 passing for 910 yards with 7 touchdowns and just 1 interception. Mark also carried the ball 181 times for 1,537 yards and 25 rushing touchdowns which is an average of 8.5 yards per carry.