Scott Porter: What do you feel are your greatest strengths?
Ben Chappell: My accuracy with the football and my intelligence.
Scott Porter: What are your goals for the NFL?
Ben Chappell: To be a starting quarterback.
Scott Porter: What is the toughest part about playing the QB position?
Ben Chappell: The physical and mental demands together make it difficult, but also a fun challenge.
Scott Porter: What type of a QB is an NFL team getting in you?
Ben Chappell: An accurate QB who gets rid of the ball fast and finds the open receiver.
Scott Porter: You put up some outstanding numbers at the QB position. Better numbers than any Indiana QB in years, what kind of things did you learn throughout your career that allow you to blossom so quickly as a starter?
Ben Chappell: I have always been a big student of the game, so when I got my chance to step into the starting role, that allowed me to be prepared and ready to succeed.
Scott Porter: What do you feel will be the biggest obstacle to overcome from the college level to the NFL level?
Ben Chappell: The speed of the game and getting used to competing and playing against the best everyday.
Scott Porter: What will you be doing this offseason to best prepare yourself for your shot at the NFL?
Ben Chappell: I’m currently training in Arizona to work on the mental and physical aspects of the game.
Scott Porter: What is something about Ben Chappell that most people do not know?
Ben Chappell: I played center on my very successful high school basketball team at 6’3″
Scott Porter: What type of a person is an NFL team getting in Ben Chappell?
Ben Chappell: A hard worker who will contribute in a variety of different ways to help the team win.