Quarterback Kedon Slovis is transferring to BYU after playing last season for Pittsburgh. This announcement comes after Jaren Hall declared for the NFL Draft. BYU Football Welcomes Kedon Slovis to the Football Family.
I will always be grateful for Coach Narduzzi and the time I got to spend with all of my teammates at the University of Pittsburgh.
I’m excited for this new chapter and can’t wait to get to work. #GoCougs pic.twitter.com/yg0Sa4rXP6
— Kedon Slovis (@Kedonslovis) December 24, 2022
Former USC and Pittsburgh quarterback is transferring to BYU for his last year of eligibility. He is coming in to compete for the starting job after Jaren Hall declared for the NFL Draft.
Slovis played three seasons for the Trojans in those years he had 70% completion. In 2019 his best season so far when he won Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year. That season he threw 30 touchdowns. He had his worst season statistically last year with Pittsburgh he completed 50% of his passes and threw just 10 touchdowns.
In 2019 his first season as a Trojan he played in 12 games and started in 11 after being name the No. 2 guy at USC. He threw for 3,502 yards, 30 touchdowns and nine interceptions. 2020 in Covid times he threw for 1,921 yards, 17 touchdowns and six interceptions. A captain and first team in many rankings. His last season as a Trojan he was a Heisman Trophy Candidate and then transferred to Pittsburgh.
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