NAME: Chase Wolf
SCHOOL: St. Xavier High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2018
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: 2016 Ohio State champs
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'2"-190 lbs.
PARENTS: Stephen & Jeanne
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Grandfather Charlie Wolf
FUTURE GOAL: NFL
Making the transition from the gridiron to the hardwood, St. Xavier senior Chase Wolf is a two-sport athlete for the Bombers.
In football, Chase was team captain and the QB for the Bombers, who went 11-2 over all this season and were Regional runners-up. He led the GCL South in passing yards with 2,532 and 27 TDs while also scoring four TDs running the ball. He was named GCL South Player of the Year, SWO Ohio District Offensive Player of the Year and 1st team all-Ohio. He holds the school record for TD pass completions in a game (31).
In a memorable junior year, Chase stepped in at quarterback due to a teammate's injury and helped lead the Bombers to the 2016 GCL-South and Ohio State championship, the third state title in school history. He threw for 1,291 yards and 16 TDs, plus had three TDs rushing.
Chase carries on the Wolf family sports' tradition. His dad Steve and grandfather Charlie, plus several uncles, were star athletes for the Bombers. Steve, a 1978 St. Xavier High School grad, went on to play basketball and tennis at North Carolina State and Xavier University. Charley is a former Cincinnati Royals' and Detroit Pistons' NBA coach.
Chase also plays basketball for the Bombers and is a great student who is active in community service. He will play football collegiately at the University of Wisconsin.
His favorite athlete and most-like-to-meet is Tom Brady, favorite entertainer is Charlie Day, favorite book is The Outsiders, and favorite movie is Forrest Gump.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Chase is a great kid who cares more about his teammates than he does about individual accomplishments. He is a tremendous leader who wants to leave every situation better than he found It."
— Steve Specht, Football Coach
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