Tyrone QB Drew Hunter to Continue Football Career at Lock Haven University


Drew Hunter on the scramble

Once an Eagle, always an Eagle.

Senior Drew Hunter, who had over 2,000 yards passing and 23 touchdowns in his senior season and set the school single game passing record with 340 yards vs. Huntingdon, has committed to Lock Haven University to continue his football career as a quarterback.

“I love the facilities and the schooling aspects of it,” said Hunter. “I met some of my future teammates, and we get along well.”

Drew’s ability to stand in the pocket and deliver throws is excellent

— Tyrone Head Coach Jason Wilson

Hunter will likely begin his career with the Eagles as a red-shirt.  He is excited about getting to play football at the collegiate level, and looks forward to having a great college experience. Hunter is currently an undecided on a major, but would like to pursue either physical therapy or criminal justice.

Tyrone Head Coach Jason Wilson is pleased to see Hunter continue his football career in college.

“Drew’s ability to stand in the pocket and deliver throws is excellent,” said Wilson. “His dedication to film study and off the field preparation put him among the best quarterbacks in Tyrone history.”

Hunter will also miss all of his great coaches, teammates, and the Tyrone fan base.

“Drew is dedicated and works hard at practice. He is a good teammate and works well in the pocket,” said junior center AJ Grassi.

“You can accomplish anything you put your mind to. Work day in, and day out and you’ll be successful. You choose your own destiny,” said Hunter.