Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day quarterback Price Litton recently made a commitment. Where is the 6-foot-2, 192-pounder headed?
"I committed to Towson about two weeks ago," he said. "I've been talking to a bunch of schools, but the only offers I had were Towson and Western Carolina. I was talking to Richmond, Miami (Ohio) and Akron.
"I committed to Towson because it's a great conference and they play a bunch of tough teams. I visited there this summer and loved it, the campus is awesome, and it's a big school in a nice part of the country near Baltimore. It's a good fit, I can see myself there on a Monday morning even without football. Coming from Providence Day, which is a tough high school, I'm ready for it."
Litton went further about his pick for Towson.
"A big reason is the coaches too, they wanted me bad, they all sent me handwritten letters," he said. "I got them from every coach and I felt wanted. Plus, they are great coaches and young. I felt like I'm a guy that can come in and help build the program, help them win a championship.
"I like that Coach Ambrose played at Towson too. He left Connecticut to take the head-coaching job and build the program."
As for his opportunities, the two-star prospect has a chance to see the field rather early upon his arrival.
"It's a pretty good situation," he said. "They have a fifth-year senior and then a JUCO who is a junior and will have one year left when I get there. I'll definitely be ready to come in and compete for playing time."
To date, Litton has helped Providence Day to a 5-1 record as he has thrown for nearly 800-yards and posted 14 touchdowns to two interceptions.