"He thought he threw well on Monday," said Jerame's father, Jim Littell. "I know he felt pretty good about it. Tuesday there was a heavy crosswind and he wasn't sure that he threw the ball as well when Missouri was there.
"There are new things about the offense and he is having to think more than he did during the season last year, but that is a good thing because they needed to get new systems on offense and defense."
Littell is one of our top-ranked quarterbacks in the state and a quarterback we have already ranked for the Midlands in Super Prep. Besides those schools, he is also getting attention from Tulsa as TU offensive coordinator Greg Peterson was at Stillwater High School to see him earlier in the spring, and there have been other schools as well including Arkansas.
Littell's numbers were really strong for a team that struggled last season as he completed 201 of 353 passes for 2,878 yards with 23 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.
His mechanics, size and athleticism are attention getters.
"I think he is grown and he is close to 6-4," added Jim Littell.
Jerame is a legit 6-3 1/2, and 190 pounds with the opportunity to fill out more as he increases work in the weight room. He and his family are in the midst of deciding what schools to visit for camps this summer.