HOW ACQUIRED: Signed as a Homegrown player on January 15, 2015.
Called "a technical player" with "an ability to be a driving force in the centre of midfield" by TFC GM Tim Bezbatchenko, Chapman spent two years in the Toronto FC Academy as a youth prospect. Made 10 league appearances in his 2015 rookie campaign, including 1 start, and spent a chunk of the year on loan at USL side Toronto FC II. In 2016 he took on a heavier load, making 18 appearances (9 starts) for TFC, and contributing a pair of assists in 780 MLS minutes.
INTERNATIONAL: Chapman was part of the Canadian Under-17 team that finished second at the 2011 CONCACAF U-17 Championship en route to the U-17 FIFA World Cup, and played a central role in the Canada U-23s' 2015 Olympic qualifying campaign. In January of 2017 he made his full national team debut, scoring a goal in a win over Bermuda.
COLLEGE: Played NCAA soccer at Michigan State, where he was named a First Team All-American in 2014, the first MSU player to achieve that honor since 1970. In three years with the Spartans, Chapman appeared in 63 matches (62 starts) while scoring 12 goals and 15 assists, and was named Big Ten Midfielder of the Year and a 2014 MAC Hermann Trophy semifinalist. Made 14 appearances and scored 3 goals for K-W United FC in the 2013 PDL season.