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Name: Chase Brice (Double Transfer from Duke/Clemson)
College: Appalachian State     Number: 8
Height: 6-2   Weight: 235
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.70
   40 Time: 4.79
  40 High: 4.90
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 Data Scout Notes: Transferred from Duke to Appalachian State on Dec 23 '20. 2020: Double Transfer from Duke/Clemson2019: NAC2018: NAC

 Chase Brice, Appalachian State, Player News


  App State has added graduate transfer and former ACC quarterback Chase Brice, who is enrolled in classes with Tuesday's start to the spring semester. To this point in his college career, the 6-foot-3, 235-pound Brice has played in 36 FBS games, taken more than 1,100 snaps, thrown for nearly 3,200 yards and produced 19 touchdown passes. He led a fourth-quarter comeback during Clemson's national championship season in 2018 and started every game for fellow ACC program Duke in 2020. A native of Grayson, Ga., Brice spent three seasons as a member of Clemson's football program, graduated from Clemson in May 2020 and threw for 2,170 yards while passing for 10 touchdowns in 11 starts at Duke as a master's student during the 2020 season. - High County Press

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  It didn't take long for Appalachian State to find its quarterback for 2021. A day after three-year starter Zac Thomas officially announced he would not use his extra eligibility, the Mountaineers secured the commitment of grad transfer Chase Brice, who announced the decision on Twitter. Brice has played for two ACC programs, spending his first two seasons at Clemson before becoming the starting quarterback at Duke this season.

The addition of Brice is a needed bridge from Thomas, who threw for at least 20 touchdowns and 2,000 yards a season under three different playcallers, and the future of the position. The Mountaineers signed two quarterbacks in the 2021 recruiting class: DC Tabscott and Andre Goodman. They also signed two in the last class as well with Navy Shuler and David Baldwin-Griffin, the latter of whom opted out this season and is not longer part of the program. - Winston-Salem Journal


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  Two days after Duke's disappointing football season ended, two players and a coach are heading elsewhere to continue their college football experiences. Quarterback Chase Brice, who arrived at Duke last spring from Clemson with high hopes, said Monday night he’s entered the NCAA’s transfer portal to play his final season at another school. Safety Marquis Waters, who went through senior day festivities with the team earlier this month, has also entered his name in the portal. - Raleigh News & Observer

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  Duke coach David Cutcliffe said after the game that he liked the "fight" of his team and at every position Saturday at Carter-Finley Stadium. Quarterback Chase Brice was "fierce" in the way he played, Cutcliffe said, shouldering the blame for a couple of Brice's three interceptions. Turnovers have been a season-long malady for Duke. The Blue Devils had 19 before the game, more than any other FBS team, and added to that troubling total. The Pack's second TD came on a blocked punt late in the first half. Third downs were a problem - Duke was 4 of 16 on conversions while the Pack was 7 of 15. - Herald Sun

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  Brice threw interceptions No. 9, 10 and 11 of the season, the first a bad decision to throw over the middle at the goal line, the second when he was hit while throwing, the third deeper over the middle with Duke down a score in the fourth quarter. Still a heavy emphasis on the tight ends, with the receivers mostly forgotten again. Jake Bobo did have a nice sequence, dodging tackles on a short touchdown to make it 17-7 after a leaping catch on the sideline. - Herald Sun

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  There's work to be done for quarterback Chase Brice, but this uneven performance at least shows there's a high upside. Brice started 5-for-5 with a 26-yard touchdown pass on the opening drive, and then threw eight straight incompletions and was benched after his fumble was returned for a touchdown. Gunnar Holmberg replaced him for a possession and also fumbled. Brice seemed to find his rhythm afterward, throwing for a 52-yard touchdown at the end of the first half. A second-half interception thrown between four Orange defenders was another blemish, but overall Brice threw for 270 yards and two scores. - Herald Sun

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  Chase Brice threw for two touchdowns, Mataeo Durant rushed for 163 yards and two more scores, and Deon Jackson rushed for a career-high 169 yards and Duke finally won a game, holding off Syracuse 38-24 on Saturday. Duke (1-4, 1-4 Atlantic Coast Conference) won despite three lost fumbles and an interception, but Syracuse (1-3, 1-3) only turned them into seven points. The Blue Devils entered the game with 15 turnovers, the most in the nation, while Syracuse was second nationally in turnovers gained with 10. On this day, it finally didn't matter for the Blue Devils, who used the backfield tandem of Jackson and Durant to wreak considerable havoc while the Syracuse offense sputtered. Quarterback Tommy DeVito never found any sort of rhythm, misfiring repeatedly on long throws, and failed to capitalize on any of the turnovers. He finished 13-of-26 passing for 255 yards and two touchdowns. He was injured when sacked early in the fourth quarter for the fifth time and replaced by Rex Culpepper. Duke came from behind with two touchdowns late in the second quarter to gain a 14-point halftime lead. - AP College Football

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  Brice had his best college moment against Syracuse - with Clemson. With the Tigers trailing the Orange 23-20 late in the fourth quarter in the 2018 game at Clemson, with quarterback Trevor Lawrence out of the game, Brice led the Tigers 94 yards for the winning score. What the transfer wants now is to get Duke a winning score. College football has become a sport of constant movement and change. Herbert is a graduate transfer. Braxton Burmeister, the Hokies' starting quarterback Saturday, transferred from Oregon and running back Raheem Blackshear from Rutgers. So it goes.

Brice, who played two years as Lawrence's backup at Clemson, finally found a comfort level Saturday in the second half - Duke had only 91 yards in total offense in the opening half. He connected on some down-the-field throws and found senior tight end Noah Gray, the old reliable, for another TD pass. "This is our fifth real live competition, with one live scrimmage," Brice said. "Later on now we're beginning to click a little better. I'm understanding my personnel and feeling more confident in the system and play-calling." - Herald Sun


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  Four of the six teams with the most turnovers are from the ACC. Duke has committed 14, most in the nation, and is followed by Georgia Tech with 12. Louisville has the fourth-most in the country, at eight, and Florida State is tied for fifth with six. - AP College Football

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  If there were questions about Duke quarterback Chase Brice, most were answered against Notre Dame in Cutcliffe's opinion. Brice, in his first college start, handled his nerves and the team well enough, giving the Clemson transfer something to build off of from the game. "I thought Chase played really well under difficult circumstances against a really good team and a challenging front," Cutcliffe said. "He made some great throws. If we had run the ball better it might have opened up some things for us."

The final rushing stats for Duke were anemic: 75 yards on 30 attempts, a 2.5-yard average. But Cutcliffe, after reviewing the game, didn't find it that discomforting, given the opponent. "I think part of it, we missed some opportunities out there, left some yards on the field, particularly in our draw game, our counter game," he said. "I thought we ran the stretch pretty well. But I really think we left some yards on the field where if we finish blocks or see holes. A big part of that is we've had very little live running the football." - Herald Sun


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  Notre Dame, ranked 10th nationally in preseason, is a deep football team with few holes in the lineup. The Irish are physical and that rough-and-tumble element of their game took its toll on Duke as the game wore on, with an experienced offensive line pounding at Duke's defensive front. Brice was fine and said it was a fun experience "playing the Golden Domes" in Notre Dame Stadium. Could the Clemson transfer have been better? Yes, as he was the first to say after the game. And especially so inside the Note Dame 10 in the first half when the Blue Devils came away with two field goals and trailed 10-6 at halftime. "We took advantage of some good field position our defense gave us," Brice said.

"But inside the 5 we shot ourselves in the foot both of those times. We put points on the board and that's our goal, but in those situations we wish we could have come out with 7 instead of 3. "We didn't make enough plays. We left some out there, I left some out there. In critical situations and downs we didn't make those plays." With Cutcliffe calling the plays, Brice tried to bootleg to his right on the second red-zone possession. He found himself staring at onrushing defensive end Isaiah Foskey and dumped the ball - initially called intentional grounding, the call was reviewed and made a 10-yard sack. "You just can't make those mistakes in a game like this," Brice said, blaming himself. - Herald Sun


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  Duke coach David Cutcliffe, who also has taken over the offensive coordinator duties this year, decided on Brice, a transfer from Clemson, as the No. 1 quarterback after watching him compete in fall camp with Chris Katrenick and Gunnar Holmberg. "I could not be more proud of the three young men who competed for the privilege to be this team's starting quarterback at Notre Dame in the season-opener," Cutcliffe said in a statement. "Chase, Chris (Katrenick) and Gunnar (Holmberg) all have played really well during camp. We have a healthy quarterback room and the competition has made everyone better. Ultimately, Chase has made plays at the highest rate."

Brice was a part of Clemson's 2018 national championship run, serving as the backup to quarterback Trevor Lawrence. The junior is an accurate passer and has the size at 6-3 and 235 pounds to factor into Duke's running game. Brice passed for 581 yards and four touchdowns for the Tigers last season while rushing 14 times for 94 yards and a TD. In 2018, when Lawrence was injured against Syracuse, he came in to lead a 94-yard scoring drive in Clemson's 27-23 comeback win. - The State


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  A career reserve, Duke's Chris Katrenick is getting his shot as a No. 1 quarterback this spring. After a knee injury wiped out his 2019 season, Gunnar Holmberg is healthy and getting a copious amount of snaps at quarterback as well as the Blue Devils began spring practices this week. A couple hundred miles away, Chase Brice monitors it all via modern technology, staying in touch with Duke's coaches so he can stay as up to speed as possible while he completes his Clemson degree before enrolling at Duke this summer.

Tasked with replacing departing starting quarterback Quentin Harris, the Blue Devils find themselves in a complicated situation as they decide who will be their new starter this fall. Katrenick and Holmberg have experience in Duke coach David Cutcliffe's program but haven't had enough game repetitions to establish themselves as a clear-cut choice. A transfer, Brice has game experience but can't participate in Duke's spring drills because he's yet to graduate from Clemson. - Herald Sun


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  Chase Brice, the former Clemson backup quarterback, is transferring to Duke. The Georgia native posted on Twitter on Sunday that he had committed to Duke. "Thankful for this opportunity," he said, sharing photos of himself in a Duke jersey and standing with head coach David Cutcliffe. Brice will immediately be eligible for the 2020 season after he graduates in May. He will have two seasons of eligibility for Duke. In January, he announced he would transfer from Clemson and continue playing college football elsewhere. He was backup to Clemson's star quarterback Trevor Lawrence. - WRAL Sports

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