Former Clemson football QB Chase Brice is taking an official visit to Duke this weekend. It’d be a perfect fit for the talented quarterback.
Chase Brice was a team player who will leave the Clemson football program better than he found it.
Brice served as the back-up QB for the past two seasons to Trevor Lawrence and did an excellent in preparation and being a leader for the Tigers. He also was an important factor in Clemson winning the 2018 National Championship with his performance in the Syracuse game when Lawrence went down with an injury.
A couple of weeks ago, Brice announced that he’d be transferring as a graduate of Clemson University and looking to play his final two years of eligibility elsewhere. It was a decision that most Tiger fans saw coming and completely understood considering the QB depth chart and the opportunity Brice would have elsewhere.
As we head into this weekend, there have been two schools that Brice has reportedly expressed interest in publicly: Vanderbilt and Duke.
The talented quarterback is taking an official visit to Duke this weekend.
If you’re looking for an absolutely perfect situation, Duke would be just that for Brice. He would still get enough exposure as a two-year starter there that he’d have an opportunity at the NFL and he’d be playing under a bright offensive mind in David Cutcliffe (who has been known as a QB whisperer in the past).
Not only would Duke be a nice fit for Brice on the field, but it would be an absolute ‘out-of-the-park’ decision off-the-field. As a graduate of Clemson, Brice would have two years to complete a graduate program at Duke, while on scholarship.
Brice would enter the NFL Draft with a Bachelor’s degree for Clemson and a Master’s degree from Duke. After testing the professional football waters, Brice would be lined up perfectly for whatever endeavor he’d choose to take on next.