Professional Soccer Focus names faculty soccer the “most correct” QB

LOS ANGELES – SEPTEMBER 16: USC Trojans cheerleaders perform on the sidelines during the game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on September 16, 2006 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn / Getty Images)

The “most accurate” quarterback in college football sits in the Pac-12, which enters the 2021 regular season.

According to Pro Football Focus, USC Trojans starter Kedon Slovis is the most accurate quarterback in the country heading into the 2021 college football season.

Slovis, a 6-foot-2 quarterback from Arizona, has had two impressive seasons in Southern California. He threw 1,921 yards and 17 touchdowns in the shortened 2020 regular season. As a newcomer to 2019, Slovis threw 3,502 yards, 30 touchdowns and nine interceptions.

The USC quarterback completed 71.9 percent of his passes in 2019 and 67 percent of his passes in 2020.

The most accurate passer to return in college football

USC QB Kedon Slovis pic.twitter.com/X7UYN6LPCz

– PFF College (@PFF_College) June 7, 2021

Slovis has a lot of hype going into the 2021 regular season. Some believe a strong junior campaign could catapult himself to the top of the 2022 NFL Draft class.

A sports betting operator’s betting odds have Slovis at +800 to become number 1 overall in 2022.

Chances of 1st overall pick in the 2022 NFL draft:

Kayvon Thibodeaux (DE) +250
Spencer Rattler (QB) +300
Sam Howell (QB) +400
Kedon Slovenian (QB) +800

Myles Garrett (2017) was the final non-QB to be the first overall pick.

Odds via @BetMGM

– John Ewing (@johnewing) May 10, 2021

USC is the country’s 26th best team heading into the fall according to ESPN’s Football Power Index. However, a massive season from Slovis could result in the Trojans fighting at the top of the Pac-12.

The Southern California program is set to open the year on Saturday, September 4th against the San Jose State Spartans.

The kickoff is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. ET on the Pac-12 network.

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