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Chase Williams

Class of 2022

Dual Threat

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  • St Albans
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  • Washington DC, MD
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  • Class of 2022
By the grace of God, I have reached high-levels of achievement academically and athletically. Yet, I remain humble and hungry. No one will out work me in the weight room, in the classroom, in the film room, or on the field. I believe in leadership by example and I play for team. I never settle for "good enough" because "good enough" is the enemy of excellence. #WCACChampion2019


Height: 6'1"

Weight: 190 lbs.

Dual Threat

GPA: 3.0

Evaluation Scores

Size: 9.0

Footwork: 9.76

Accuracy: 9.64

Poise: 9.82

Arm Strength: 9.64

Pocket Presence: 9.76

Release: 9.68

Decision Making: 9.68

Throw on Run: 9.76

Touch: 9.64

Score: 96.38

Scouting Report

Chase has very good size for a 2022 Dual Threat QB at 6’1” 190 lbs. He works the entire field, able to create additional space himself, showing excellent vision downfield. He's a playmaker, able to extend plays while seeking out opportunities downfield. Woks from under center our in shotgun formation.
It doesn’t matter where Chase is throwing the ball, whether its in the pocket of out in the open field, he nails it almost every time. Showing very good timing and anticipation of his receivers routes. Very good ball location on his throws.
Throws made in the short and intermediate range include high velocity throws with added strength and momentum.Legit vertical passing game, with throws made over coverage.
Chase throws with a over the top delivery that comes across with increased acceleration.Solid footwork prior to set up.
This is where Chase does his best work, out on the go with the ability to survey the entire field for potential targets. He’s does a great job getting his body rotated in line with his receivers.
He runs the show when on the field, dictating the flow of the game. A playmaker who makes good use of his weapons.
Chase works well in and out of the pocket with good agility and mobility. Able to pick up on the defensive pressure, stepping up or moving laterally to create space for himself.
This is probably Chase's best attribute as a QB. He works the entire field, able to locate his best options receivers. Works through his progressions very smoothly as he goes from primary to secondary outlets.
Another area of strength, he’s able to hit up over the top and in between zone coverage with a softer release.
UNC Charlotte06/16/2021Offer
Elizabeth City State University02/04/2022Offer
Quincy Avery\\\'s Quarterback Takeover06/15/2019Atlanta, GA
Rutgers Scarlet Knights Camp05/31/2019New Jersey
UMASS Camp04/19/2019Massachusetts
Georgetown Hoya - Rob Sgarlata Football Camp06/29/2019Washington, DC
Principal\\\'s Leadership Award for the Class of 202206/06/2019


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