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Chapman saw a kid that blended in seamlessly, that wasn't afraid to ask questions and absorb.
When Marmion selected captains for the offseason, the youngster Green was one of them.
"That shows his commitment and character," Chapman said. "He will be a big guy for us going forward."
Marmion does not play a traditional summer schedule, in part because the myriad commitments of its athletes, but the Cadets do work out 3-4 times a week and do on-field drills.
Chapman likes the experience of the Oswego tournament.
"It gives us an idea of what kind of culture we have, what egos we have, how the team can come together jell," Chapman said.