Played in all 13 games, starting 10 ... set every BYU freshman quarterback record, including passing yards, touchdowns and wins ... New Mexico Bowl Offensive MVP ... played in his first-career game during the season opener against Washington, throwing 13-for-23 for 131 yards ... played most of the game at Florida State, throwing his first touchdown pass on a four-yard throw, finishing 15-of-31 for 114 yards ... became just the second freshman out of high school and first freshman since 1997 to start at quarterback at BYU, going 24-of-45 for 229 yards at home against Nevada ... threw 27-of-54 for 270 yards and two TDs at Utah State ... completed 19-of-31 passes for a career-best 294 yards vs. UNLV ... threw four TDs and 242 yards on 15-of-20 passing at Colorado State, including a career-high 62-yard touchdown on a flea flicker ... registered the 8th-best pass efficiency total in BYU history vs. the Rams at 242.64 ... threw 14 touchdowns in the final six games of the season, including four multi-touchdown games ... was the only true freshman in 2010 to lead his team to a bowl game and the first BYU freshman quarterback to start a bowl game ... set a BYU bowl record by completing 25-of-34 passes while tying a Cougar bowl record with four TD throws vs. UTEP in the New Mexico Bowl.
Ranked the No. 1 quarterback in the country by Scout.com and No. 1 pro-style quarterback by Rivals.com ... named the top college football recruit out of the state of Washington by MaxPreps ... earned Parade All-America honors following his senior season ... was invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl as the starting quarterback for the West team ... led Skyline to three consecutive state championships ... 2009 first-team All-State quarterback ... AP Washington State Player of the Year ... USA Today All-America first team selection ... 40-2 record as a starting quarterback ... completed 213-of-352 passes for 3,191 yards and 45 touchdowns as a senior ... team captain ... threw a state-title game record four touchdown passes in a 45-21 victory against Ferris HS ... career totals were 9,196 yards, 114 touchdowns and only 18 interceptions ... rushed for 30 touchdowns ... 2008 KingCo 4A All-Conference Co-Offensive MVP ... KingCo 4A All-Conference Quarterback ... Seattle Times MVP ... Gatorade Washington State Player of the Year ... AP State Player of the Year ... helped Skyline achieve a perfect 28-0 record over his sophomore and junior seasons ... coached by Mat Taylor.
Parents are Steve and Kelly ... plans to major in commmunications ... favorite athlete is Drew Brees ... favorite food is Panda Express ... also recruited by Oklahoma, Florida State, USC, Florida, UCLA, Georgia, Alabama, California, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Washington and LSU.
- Quarterback Jake Heaps is transferring from Kansas to Miami, where the former five-star recruit will join a team short on experienced passers. Hurricanes coach Al Golden announced in a news release Sunday that Heaps has signed a financial aid agreement with the school. He has already graduated and will be eligible to play immediately. Miami is trying to find a replacement for last year's starter, Stephen Morris.
Ryan Williams, who was the backup to Morris, was expected to enter next season as Miami's starting quarterback, but he is recovering from a knee injury. That leaves redshirt freshman Kevin Olsen, sophomore Gary Crow and incoming freshmen Brad Kaaya and Malik Rosier competing for the job. Heaps, from Sammamish, Washington, started his college career at BYU after being one of the top quarterbacks in the 2010 recruiting class. He threw for 2,316 yards and 15 touchdowns as a freshman for the Cougars, but struggled as a sophomore, starting six games. He transferred to Kansas and after sitting out 2012, had a disappointing 2013 with the Jayhawks. He completed 49 percent of his passes last season, with eight touchdowns and 10 interceptions. - AP Sports