Maryland QB Camps At Pitt

As a junior, Chick threw for over 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was one of many standouts from Annapolis Area Christian to camp at Pittsburgh this summer.

Annapolis Area Christian (MD) quarterback Chris Chick brought several of his high school teammates with him to Pitt's prospect camp this summer. The 6-1, 185-pound gunslinger is still targeting his first Division I offer, but found his Pitt camp to be a good learning experience.

"The camp at Pittsburgh was good, there were a ton of coaches there," Chick said. "I heard a ton of good things about the coaches there, which is one of the reasons why I chose to go there. I liked the size of the camp, and thought I did pretty well. It was a great one."

Chick through for over 1,200 yards as a junior for the Eagles, with 12 touchdown passes and a 60-percent completion percentage for the season. As a result, he earned all-county and all-conference honors.

In addition to generally liking Pitt's camp, he responded well to quarterback coach Todd Dodge's detailed approach.

"Coach Dodge was a great coach," Chick added. "He worked on a lot of things; mechanics-wise, then football-wise. He's a very good coach. Some of the other coaches from other colleges were also very good, but (Dodge) was very helpful, very instructional and very encouraging."

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