Chase Wasson

Chase Wasson was the 2002 Class 5A Texas High School Football Player of the Year as a quarterback for Southlake Carroll Dragons who that year won their first 5A state football championship. He is the Texas Class 5A all-time leading single season passer (4,822 yards) and holds the record for most passing yards in a Texas High School state championship game (512 yards) where the threw for five touchdowns. He is top 5 in Texas history in single-season passing touchdowns (54). He was the first and only quarterback in Carroll’s history to Pass and rush for over 6,400 yards in a single season.

After high school he went on to Texas State University in San Marcos where he was Outstanding Freshman of the Year for football in 2004, was a three-Year Letterman QB/WR, was Southland All- Conference wide receiver in 2006 and was part of the Southland Conference Champions Texas State team in 2005 that went on to be national Semi-Finalists in Division 1AA

From there we went to the University of Oklahoma where we played wide receiver on the 2007 Big 12 Champion team. In 2008 he played in the Fiesta Bowl. Later in 2008 he became an offensive graduate assistant under head coach Todd Dodge at the University of North Texas.

Chase has leveraged his success on the football field into a very successful business career. In addition to his role as co-founder and partner in Quarterback Ranch, he has established an impressive resume in the medical device field where he interfaces with some of the top physicians in the country on a daily basis, advancing leading edge medical technology in a clinical setting in addition to other entrepreneurial efforts related to sports and the medical field.