TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed with Chargers, May 10, 2016...waived Sept. 3, 2016...re-signed with Chargers Jan. 10, 2017.
COLLEGE: Recipient of ASU’s 2015 Pat Tillman Outstanding Academic Achievement Award, Danny White Offensive MVP Award, Frank Kush Captains Award, National Lee Roy Selmon Community Spirit Award and Senior CLASS Award...2015 Pac-12 Football Scholar-Athlete of Year...three-time Pac-12 All-Academic (2013-15)...11-time Scholar Baller, student who earns 3.0 GPA or above in given semester...played in 41 career games with 16 starts and completed 438 of 724 (60.5) for 5,333 yards with 42 touchdowns and only 13 interceptions for 137.9 pass efficiency rating...tied school record with 30 TD passes as senior team captain in 2015, completing 318 of 531 (59.9 pct.) for 3,855 yards with just nine INTs for 136.1 rating...second-most completions and third-most yards in season in school annals...three five-TD games, tied for second in school history, including 2014 effort vs. Southern California as became first quarterback ever to throw five TD passes vs. Trojans...threw for 510 yards in game, second-most ever vs. USC...set NCAA record with 998 combined passing yards in his first two career starts (vs. USC and UCLA) in 2014...488 yards vs. Bruins was most in school history by QB in first-career start...Pac-12 Offensive Player of Week after win over then-No. 7 UCLA at Rose Bowl in 2015...redshirted in 2012...played at Arizona State in 2011 and 2013-15...four-year member of team’s leadership council...five-year member of ASU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee...business management degree and master’s in sports law and business.
PERSONAL: Born in Calabasas, Calif. ...All-Los Angeles City after completing 240 of 399 (60.2 pct.) for 3,755 yards with 37 touchdowns and only nine interceptions as senior at Taft High in Woodland Hills, Calif.…sat out 2009 season after transferring from Westlake (Calif.) High...at ASU, volunteered at camps and youth clinics and spoke at elementary and middle schools across the state...regular visitor to Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Carson Children’s Hospital in Mesa, Ariz.