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Is USC an NFL QB Draft BUST Factory? (What Happened to EVERY Trojan QB This Century)

Jun 06, 2021
mark sanchez matt lioner sam darnold matt barkley and cody kessler are the quarterbacks i think of when it comes to usc football's

century

, but the school has been known to produce many nfl flops and many top recruits have gone there but not all of them pan out when they become

trojan

s today is the second video in my series where i take a look at

every

big time quarterback a school has signed in

this

century

and determine if they are a good quarterback developer or a failed quarterback.

factory

, so be sure to check out my same video for Michigan.
is usc an nfl qb draft bust factory what happened to every trojan qb this century
Obviously we'll continue on to USC today and see how all of their quarterback recruits have developed. We're going to talk about a total of 23 quarterbacks today, their history, their careers at USC and how. their professional careers were and whether they were boom or

bust

, but first, if you want to support

what

I'm doing here on youtube, make sure to like the video, subscribe if you love college football, and suggest another future video topic and stay until the end now let's get started and talk about ufc quarterbacks matt castle is a name we all know as he was born in california and became a high school football star he attended chatsworth high school and was A letterman and all-city standout in football, basketball and baseball as a senior, he was ranked the number eight quarterback and number 53 player in his class and was a big name.
is usc an nfl qb draft bust factory what happened to every trojan qb this century

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He only made one start in college as he was stuck behind Carson Palmer and Matt Leinart, but he managed to make a name for himself at the UFC pro day and the Patriots

draft

ed Castle in the seventh round. He was a backup for a while, but once Tom Brady was injured, he had his breakout season and became a solid pro from there. He is best known for his time with the Chiefs and he would go from a small team after that until the Lions would be the last despite never playing in College Castle lived up to the hype when he became an NFL starter and in fact he surpassed compared to his situation.
is usc an nfl qb draft bust factory what happened to every trojan qb this century
John David Booty is one. Of the most iconic names in college football and large-scale athletics were in his family's genes, he became a star in the Louisiana high school football system and was believed to be the first player to leave the high school early to play college football, meaning he was reclassified. He signed with USC but became Matt Liner's backup for most of his college football career. He started

every

game for USC in 2006 and was named to the All-Pac-10 First Team and decided to come back in 2007 and not go. To the NFL his numbers would go down a bit but he went 9-0 against top 25 teams in his time as a Trojan and was

draft

ed by the Vikings in the fifth round but by 2010 he was out of the NFL he had two solid years in the USC and he beat a lot of good teams and also made it to the NFL, so it's hard to call him a complete failure, but his ceiling was definitely a little higher.
is usc an nfl qb draft bust factory what happened to every trojan qb this century
Matt Leinart was the guy who beat John David and it was a great moment. recruit out of high school, earned the starting job and had a fantastic career at usc when he beat reggie bush, adrian peterson, jason white and alex smith to claim the heisman trophy, they lost their first game in 35 tries to texas in the title game and Unfortunately, he was not able to finish his career as he would have liked. He was taken with a 10th overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals, but after only starting one year there in 18 games in six years, he is considered a major

bust

in the NFL draft.
He was great. in college and I want to say he won the Heisman Trophy, so he lived up to expectations, but in terms of his professional career you can't say he lived up to expectations. Billy Hart was a great college football recruit, but he didn't even see a snap. on the field in his first three years, that would not discourage him, as he would change sports and go to baseball and try to make it in the farm league system of the stars and the yankees, he was always stuck behind the line, he never had an opportunity, but since it was. a top 100 recruit and a four-star guy, it has to be said that he was a failure.
Rocky Hines was one of the top 10 quarterbacks in the class of 2004 and chose to take his talents to USC, he recorded the first year of him and after being buried in depth. graphic who decided to transfer to unlv did very well as a maverick running back and at one time was considered one of the top 25 quarterbacks in college football, but would struggle to stay healthy with a torn ACL and missed His last season after college, he joined some really small indoor soccer leagues before accepting a coaching job at Bethel College and there's nothing about

what

he's doing now, he was a big recruit and played at both the college and professional, so it's really hard to consider him a bus because he made money playing football, but in terms of hype and him being the next USC quarterback, you have to call him a bust, everyone knows that Mark Sanchez was a five-star quarterback coming to USC and the No. 1 returning quarterback in his class. line art and john david before he took over as starting quarterback and he was the guy that made the transfer from rocky hines, he didn't play fun, he didn't play much his first two years but as a junior he stood out and passed for 3,207 yards, 34 touchdowns, just 10 picks and was considered the second-best quarterback prospect in his draft class, behind George's Matthew Stafford.
He was selected as the franchise quarterback for the New York Jets and actually had some success in the playoffs, but by 2013 he had already failed with the Jets and was left behind. He then made eight starts with the Eagles the next year, but would only start three more games in his next three seasons and many people considered him a bust in the draft compared to their expectations, but you have to say that he had a good year at USC and He was one of the most talked about quarterbacks in terms of Trojan football history, we're about a third of the way through the video right now so if you're enjoying today's video be sure to like, subscribe if you haven't already and let me know what other quarterbacks you think I'm going to talk about later in the video.
Garrett Green was a great quarterback coming out of high school and decided to bring his talents to bear. In the UFC, where he had a strange career, he never got a chance to play quarterback as he bounced around from different positions between 2006 and 2009. He never got a chance in the NFL or anything like that, but he served his purpose for the Trojans and was admired by the fan base, he never lived up to it, but at least he contributed to the team, but he is still a failure. Aaron Corp is a name he didn't know until today, but it may be one of the most fascinating. guys on

this

list and I might have to make a video about it soon.
He was a five-star quarterback who was in high school and since he grew up in Southern California, he went to USC. He didn't play his first year, but he was fighting. with mitch mustain for the backup spot he would win in 2008, he was expected to compete with mustang and incoming freshman matt barkley and was going to win the spot but he would get injured and the rest is history, barclay would become a star and corp transferred to Richmond, started a few games for the Spiders, would battle an injury, and even meet Duke as a senior, but his college career never panned out.
He still had a chance with three NFL teams, but he never stuck around, he sure is a bus. but he was screwed up by the injury virus born and raised in springdale arkansas mitch mustain was the number one quarterback in the country an american army and his high school offensive coordinator was actually gus malzon he would go to notre dame in arkansas but the irish he would get jimmy claus and in his place and mustang stayed home mustang compiled an 8-0 record as a first-year starter, including a win over number two auburn, but was moved to the backup position later this season for some reason and would decide to transfer which was also driven by malzahn as leader of tulsa he decided on usc where he would fight for the starting job but he only started one game for the

trojan

s in three years and in that game a usc wide receiver lost what he would have been the game winning touchdown catch to beat the Irish he battled ADHD and after the game I guess he got so confident that he sold his meds but he got in a lot of trouble for it because it was illegal after college it was a while in the CFL but never made it to the NFL and his career was a complete failure compared to the hype.
Matt Barkley was the number one quarterback in his high school class and USC's next golden boy. The day off, when Corp was injured, he had the opportunity to start right away. and that's exactly what he did, he passed for over 9,000 yards in his first three years of school and was seen as a potential first-round pick in the 2011 draft, but he decided to return for his senior year and told Lane Kiffin that when he gave him he gave him a Christmas ornament. He had broken the 12th pack record for total touchdowns in the season, but his senior year was a disaster after he injured his shoulder against UCLA and his stock fell and he fell to the fourth round, where he became a Philadelphia Eagle.
He doesn't play much and has bounced around the league where he is now a backup for the Buffalo Bills compared to how Barclay lived up to him in college, but in terms of his success in the NFL he was a complete failure, but he I give him credit for staying on as a substitute and that injury didn't help him. One of the most overlooked USC quarterbacks is Jesse Scroggins, who is one of the top 100 four-star quarterbacks from California who would choose USC. He was buried on the depth chart and eventually transferred to both. He went to college and Arizona, however, he didn't play much there and eventually went to Lindenwood, where he had a career total of 700 yards. never had a chance in college and unfortunately would be considered a bus for ufc seen as a replacement for mack barkley in the future of usc max whitaker was a guy who also went to Matter Day and followed in Matt's footsteps and went to USC, registered as a freshman and replaced Barclay for the Notre Dame game in 2012 and would become embroiled in a quarterback battle in 2013 with Cody Kessler.
He lost his job and was transferred to Hawaii, where he did not play much due to a medical condition in his knee. He tried out with the Jaguars but didn't make the team. for his hype, his path and college career whitake was a failure cody kessler was a guy who beat wick in the 2013 battle before that he grew up in california and was the second best pro style quarterback in his class, he He redshirted and then became Barclay's understudy in 2012 before he had his moment to shine and beat out Widdick for the starting job. He threw for 2,968 yards and 20 touchdowns and then beat out Max Brown for the job in 2014.
He finished with more than 10,000 passing yards. in 88 touchdowns during his career at USC and was drafted by the Browns in the third round, he had a chance to play as a rookie and finished with six touchdowns, but he didn't last long and then became an NFL reserve, but he would start with four more. games for the jaguars later, he would actually say that kessler is not a bus because he had a great college career and actually started a good number of games in the nfl. Next we have Max Brown, who I'm actually doing a collab with next. week and was a five-star recruit who came out of the Washington high school football system despite being the No. 1 drafted quarterback in his class, redshirted and was a backup until 2016, when Clay Helton named him the starter for their week one matchup. with Alabama after the game, he was benched for Sam Darnold and then transferred to Pitt before suffering a career-ending injury.
He has done some streaming work and actually has a YouTube channel that you should check out. The maximum was not up to par with his high school. Go overboard and be sure to turn on post notifications so you don't miss out when that collaboration comes up next week. Jaylen Green came to USC as a three-star quarterback, but he came to Southern California and switched to wide receiver early in his career. He was 18 passing for 220 yards, 19 yards rushing and three of five for 127 yards and a touchdown as a quarterback. Additionally, he has three starts in his career.
He was never very enthusiastic, but at least he contributed and has done something I wouldn't call it. To begin with, a boom or a bus because he never had that ceiling or that height. Rookie Town may be the biggest flop on this list because he never sawthe field at the university. He was born and raised in Southern California and became a four. The USC star committed after not playing for a year, he chose to transfer to Arkansas, where he did not play for two more years. He then went to Ventura College in California before heading to Pitt, where he also didn't play a single snap.
Honestly, I feel bad for the city and it's definitely a big failure in terms of his football career. He has a sad story that probably deserves a video. We all know that Sam Darnold has a jet and a failure up to this point in his career, but for a while. had a ton of publicity, grew up in california like seemingly every other usc quarterback and after becoming a four star recruit took his talents to usc, redshirted and then beat max brown after one game and He set multiple USC freshman records while leading the Trojans to nine consecutive victories culminating in a 2017 Rose Bowl victory against Penn State, which was a buzzworthy moment in his junior year.
He was destined to win the Heisman and definitely had a good year going over 4000 yards and 26 touchdowns, he had huge pro potential and was chosen as the franchise quarterback for the Jets, but he hasn't exactly lived up to it, but the coaching staff should also be taken into consideration for that, he was good in college but has been a failure so far in the nfl, now we are bringing in players that are still playing as we have former four star recruit matt fink, has been a backup for a while at usc and his only chance to really play was in relief of keaton. slovis in the 2019 utah game where he threw for two touchdowns, which was really good. jack sears was a top 100 french player from the state of california and so many others took his talents to usc, he started a game against arizona state in 2018 and did not play in 2019. he decided to enter the portal and would later transfer to boise state and was the backup from Hank Bockmeyer after he lost the quarterback. job, it's sad for him, but he also hasn't lived up to expectations and has been another failure in recent memory.
Today's modern prodigy, Jt Daniels decided to reclassify and started as a true freshman for USC and was fine, although he returned with a lot to prove, but would have a season-ending injury in his weak game against Fresno State and this would leave the door open for true key freshman Don Slovis to come in and take the job he did. Daniel decided to transfer to Georgia, where he battled a freak injury, but he has shown great brilliance and is likely to be a first-round pick and a sleeper Heisman contender for next year. It's too early to say if he will be a bust, but in terms of his USC career he definitely didn't. best freshman year and didn't play as a sophomore so we would have to fail even though i really like him, heaton slovas was the late bloomer in the recruiting world and accepted a late offer from ufc and was expected to being the backup there, he won the backup job behind jt daniels and would get a chance to start in his first game after daniels suffered that injury, he showed great flash and was considered the future of usc football after he had a spectacular first year. he broke numerous records and came back and was first team in the pac-12 in 2020 many look like he is a possible top 10 pick for 2022 and has the potential to be the trojans next great nfl quarterback in terms of He is the biggest boom in this. list, as he was the lowest-rated quarterback of these 20 players before him and has the opportunity to play on Sundays very shortly after losing Jake Garcia to Miami UFC, he got two quarterback commitments out of four stars for the class of 2021 in jackson dart and miller moss. who are among the top 100 guys in the future of the program after slovis.
I'm really excited to see who wins. I don't know much about any of them, but I'm definitely looking forward to videos from me on these guys in the future. You're a West Coast quarterback who's a top recruit and you want to see college success. UFC is probably a good place to go and if you don't work there you will at least have a chance to transfer to another school or you can rely on some type of injury to see the field, but in terms of long term success in the NFL, you might might not be the best idea to go to USC in terms of college potential in college quarterbacks, they get an A from me, but In terms of long term NFL production, they are a flop

factory

in my opinion, but What do you think?
If you're USC fans, feel free to debate me in the comments section, explain why you don't think so, and also leave me. I know what school I should do next or if I should do it for another position group. I love you guys idea and comments so be sure to leave a suggestion, like the video if you want more people to be able to see this video and to get into the algorithm and subscribe if you haven't already, I appreciate you stopping by registered to watch today's video, and if you're still here, check out all of these other videos on the end screen, including my video of the same style about Michigan and whether they're a bust factory.
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