Saying that future Cardinal quarterback Chubba Purdy is off to a hot start in his senior season would be a massive understatement.
Purdy and the Perry High School Pumas are off to a 2-1 start after he guided his squad to a 68-67 four overtime win over Red Mountain High School. Purdy scored all ten of his teams touchdowns.
The Arizona native finished with 299 passing yards and five touchdowns through the air and 110 rushing yards with five touchdowns on the ground. Purdy also completed a two-point conversion.
247Sports rates Purdy as a four-star prospect and he’s ranked as one of the top ten dual threat quarterbacks in the 2020 class. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him get his fifth star if he puts up more performances like he did on Friday night.
Despite being verbally committed to Louisville Purdy is still heavily being recruited by other schools, but he maintains he’s still all in on Scott Satterfield and the Cards.
“I really want to play for coach (Scott) Satterfield,” Purdy tells USA Today. “Everyone really trusts him, and the team is playing well. I really feel like that’s the best situation for me.”