After an injury-shortened junior season at Richmond, Corp started all 11 games for the Spiders in 2011. Corp had a great year, going 247-for-388 passing for 2,682 yards and 17 touchdowns. Over his Richmond career, Corp threw for 20 touchdowns, completing 61.4 percent (314-of-511) of his passes. Corp's best game as a Spider came this past season in a hard-fought loss to Towson on October 9. Corp started the game completing his first 15 passes and finished the contest 31-of-34. Corp's 91.2-completion percentage for the game set an all-time FCS record, while his 353 yards passing were a career high. On the year, Corp tallied three games with over 300 yards passing - all coming in CAA conference games. The Villa Park, Calif., native also had six games with multiple touchdowns, including a career-high three scores at Old Dominion on November 5.
Started Richmond's first five games before injuring his left knee against New Hampshire ... he had completed 54.5 percent of his passes (67-123) for 645 yards and three touchdowns, four interceptions before the injury.
Corp, USC's most mobile quarterback, emerged as the starter as a sophomore in 2009 following a consistent, productive showing in 2009 spring practice. But he cracked the top of his left fibula in 2009 fall camp, which allowed Matt Barkley to win the starting job. Corp then served as a backup the rest of the season, although he started at Washington when Barkley was injured. Overall in 2009 while appearing in 3 games (San Jose State, Washington, Washington State), he was 17-of-26 (65.4%) for 155 yards with 1 TD and 1 interception. He came off the bench to complete all 4 of his passes for 45 yards with a TD (13 yards) against San Jose State. He completed 13-of-22 passes for 110 yards with an interception at Washington in his first career start. He played the final 2 series against Washington State, but did not throw a pass.
Corp served as the No. 3 signalcaller as a redshirt freshman in 2008. Overall in 2008 while appearing in 5 games (Virginia, Ohio State, Washington State, Washington and Notre Dame), he completed 2-of-4 passes (50.0%) for 14 yards. He played 1 series at Virginia, going 1-of-2 for 2 yards, and against Ohio State, going 1-of-2 for 12 yards. He also played a series at Washington State and versus Washington and played a snap against Notre Dame, but did not throw a pass in any of those contests.
His 2006 honors included Parade All-American, EA Sports All-American first team, Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star 100, Rivals.com 100, Super Prep All-Farwest Offensive MVP, Prep Star All-West, Cal-Hi Sports California Mr. Football, Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team, Orange County Register Fab 15 first team, Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100, All-CIF Pac-5 Division Offensive MVP, Los Angeles Times All-Star MVP, Orange County Register All-Orange County Offensive MVP and All-Trinity League Co-MVP as a senior quarterback at Orange (Calif.) Lutheran High...He completed 212-of-311 (68.2%) of his passes for 2,750 yards, 21 TDs and 7 interceptions, plus ran for 1,197 yards on 142 carries (8.4 avg.) with 12 TDs, in 2006...He also punted.
Orange Lutheran went 14-1 and won the 2006 CIF Pac-5 Division and the California state Division II championships...As a junior in 2005, he made the All-CIF Division VI first team, Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclass second team and All-Empire League Offensive MVP while hitting 128-of-219 (58.4%) of his passes for 1,634 yards, 22 TDs and 11 interceptions and running for 591 yards with 11 TDs...Orange Lutheran won the CIF Division VI title in his 2004 sophomore season when he was named to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclass second team...In his 3-year career as a starter, he accounted for 8,668 yards of total offense and 76 TDs...Incoming Trojan Michael Reardon also attended Orange Lutheran...His father, Chris, lettered at wide receiver for 2 years (1980-81) at Idaho State and was a member of the Bengals' NCAA Division I-AA championship team (he caught a TD pass in the title game).
2009: Suffered a broken leg before the start of the season
2010: Suffered a season-ending torn ACL.
His father, Chris, lettered at wide receiver for 2 years (1980-81) at Idaho State and was a member of the Bengals' NCAA Division I-AA championship team (he caught a TD pass in the title game). His mother, Mary, played volleyball at Idaho State.