Kedon Slovis – 2023 BYU Football Recruiting Class


6-3 | 215 | QB | Scottsdale, Arizona | Pitt | USC | Desert Mountain High School 

  • Has one season of eligibility remaining
  • Has played in 38 games, starting 37, over four years (USC 2019-21, Pitt 2022) 
  • Career stat line of 836-of-1,268 (66%) for 9,973 yards and 68 touchdowns to 33 interceptions 
  • 9,973 career passing yards rank No. 13 among active quarterbacks in the FBS
  • Went 184-of-315 (58%) for 2,397 yards and 10 touchdowns to nine interceptions with Pitt in 2022 
  • finished his three years at USC with 7,576 passing yards, seventh all-time at USC.
  • His 58 career touchdown passes for the Trojans ranks No. 5 in school history.
  • Five 400-yard passing games at USC are a Trojan record and his
  • 515-yard game as a freshman set another school record.
  • Completed 282-of-392 passes (72%) for 3,502 yards and 30 touchdowns to nine interceptions with USC in 2019 
  • 2019 Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year
  • AP Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year and made All-Pac-12 honorable mention.  
  • 2019 FWAA National Freshman of the Year semifinalist and made the FWAA Freshman All-American first team and Pro Football Focus Freshman All-American third team
  • Started for USC in 30-27 (OT) loss at BYU on Sept. 14, 2019
  • In 2020, a shortened pandemic season, Slovis, a team captain, started all 6 games, and completed 67.0 percent of his passes for 1,921 yards with 17 TDs and seven interceptions.
  • He ranked first nationally in completions per game (29.5), sixth in passing yards per game (320.2), 13th in total offense and 18th in completion percentage.
  • He was named to the 2020 All-Pac-12 First Team, AP All-Pac-12 First Team, Phil Steele All-Pac-12 First Team.
  • Signed with USC in 2019 
  • Rated a three-star prospect out of Desert Mountain High School in class of 2019 (247sports) 
  • Ranked No. 13 overall prospect in Arizona in class of 2019 (247sports) 
  • Ranked No. 26 nationally among pro-style quarterbacks in class of 2019 (247sports) 
  • Also recruited by NC State, Oregon State, SMU and San Jose State out of high school