The 6-foot-1, 197-pound senior quarterback completed 238-of-368 passes for 4,410 yards and 57 touchdowns against just nine interceptions this past season, leading the Pumas (12-2) to the Conference 6A state title game. Purdy’s 57 TD passes is a Conference 6A record. He also rushed for 1,016 yards and 10 scores. A Conference 6A First Team All-State selection and the Premier Region Player of the Year as a junior, he concluded his prep football career with 8,937 passing yards and 107 touchdowns.
Purdy has maintained a 3.80 GPA in the classroom. He remains undecided upon a collegiate destination.
Purdy has volunteered locally with “Shop with A Jock,” a program he initiated where area high school athletes spend a day shopping with underprivileged children before Christmas. He has also donated his time as a member of his local chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. “The most impressive thing to me about Brock Purdy is his pocket presence,” said Kyle Ide, head coach of Westwood High. “When pressured, he nearly always makes the first defender miss. Then he doesn’t just look to run, he is looking to make plays down field and he’s incredible accurate.”