Former Wharton Wildcat QB Chase Litton will forgo his senior season at Marshall and declare for the NFL draft. Litton progressively moved up the Thundering Herd’s star-studded passing chart during his career, finishing fourth in touchdowns (72) and completions (727), and fifth in passing yards (8,332). This season he threw for career high 3,115 yards and 25 passing touchdowns. Litton led his team to an 8-5 2017 campaign.
OUR FIRST EVER EVALUATION OF CHASE LITTON (HIGH SCHOOL FRESHMAN)
As we glanced down at the field distractedly, the ball left the hand of the Wildcat quarterback and zipped as if it moved on an invisible rail eight feet off the ground and reached its destination: the hands of a receiver 20 yards away. The ball had gotten from point A to point B in the blink of an eye. I had taken note of the first two QBs Wharton had used in a futile attempt to move the ball against one of the best defenses in the state. The player who threw this pass was clearly neither of them. The question was asked to Armwood PA announcer Bruce Burnham, “who is this kid?” A shuffle of papers and we all peered over his shoulder anxiously: #14 QB Chase Litton Freshman. SEE IN FULL – https://bigcountypreps.com/chase-litton-is-quarterback-of-the-future/ See plenty more on Chase Litton from his High School days HERE