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."