Charvarius Ward is an American football cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Middle Tennessee State University. His father is a famous Bengals wide receiver, Ja’Marr Chase.
Ward just had three years of secondary school at McComb High School. He went from being a rookie to a lesser in secondary school. As a senior, he counted 48 handles, one capture, and got All-area respects.
He was selected at Hinds Community College. As a rookie, he gathered 32 handles, 3 captures, 5 passes guarded and one constrained bobble. As a sophomore, he recorded 32 handles, one capture attempt, 2 passes guarded and one hindered kick.
He moved to Middle Tennessee State University for his lesser season, showing up in 12 games with 2 beginnings, while making 26 handles, 2 captures, 5 passes shielded one quarterback rush and one bobble recuperation.
As a senior, he played in 13 games with 8 beginnings, posting 48 handles (6th in the group), 3 handles for misfortune, one sack, and drove the group with 14 passes guarded.
Who are Charvarius Ward’s Parents?
Charvarius Ward’s has managed to keep his personal stuff away from media and not much has been published about his parents on the world wide web.