USC's Kedon Slovis Named To Walter Camp Player of the Year Award Watch List
LOS ANGELES — USC junior quarterback Kedon Slovis has been named to the 2021 Watch List for the Walter Camp Player of the Year, presented by the Walter Camp Football Foundation.
Earlier this month, Slovis made the Watch Lists for the Maxwell Award, given to college football's outstanding player, and the Davey O'Brien Award, for the nation's top quarterback.
Semifinalists for the Walter Camp Player of the Year will be announced in mid-November, with the winner of the announced as part of the ESPN Home Depot College Football Awards Show held on Dec. 9.
Slovis, a 2-year starter, was the All-Pac-12 first team signalcaller last fall when he topped the nation in completions (29.5) and was in the Top 20 in passing yards (320.2), total offense (310.7) and completion percentage (.670). In 2020, he calmly led the Trojans to a trio of comeback victories in the games' final 2 minutes and he twice threw 5 TDs in a game. In his career, he has hit 70% — above the school record — of his 656 passes for 5,423 yards with 47 TDs and 16 interceptions to rank ninth on USC's all-time completions list and 10th in total offense.