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Jesse Scroggins | Quarterback

Team: Arizona Wildcats
Age / DOB:  (26) / 3/17/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'3" / 208

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Recent News predicts Arizona redshirt senior Jesse Scroggins will win the QB job.
Scroggins signed with USC as the No. 6 QB in the 2010 class according to, but he left after two seasons in Los Angeles. He's competing with Connor Brewer, Jerrard Randall, and Anu Solomon for the honor to start the opener. The Texas transfer Brewer "doesn't appear to be the ideal fit for the offense as he's not as mobile as the other candidates," wrote staff writer Bryan Fischer. "He will take care of the ball, but has one of the weakest arms of all the contenders." Randall is the best runner of the bunch, but Scroggins is the favorite. "[Scroggins] has a big arm and moves around well enough for somebody his size (6-foot-3, 208 pounds)," Fischer wrote. "With a plethora of wide receivers on the Wildcats' roster, it wouldn't be surprising if the staff opts for the best passer of the bunch." Sun, Jun 22, 2014 08:19:00 PM

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In a move that had been making its way through the rumor mill for a while, USC announced that Jesse Scroggins will transfer.

The Trojans are left with three scholarship quarterbacks on their roster: Matt Barkley, Cody Kessler and Max Wittek. The latter two are expected to compete for the No. 2 spot this fall. Scroggins was reportedly battling academic issues this spring, but Kiffin cleared that rumor up by stating that Scroggins was academically eligible and had "a strong spring semester in the classroom". Still no word as to where Scroggins intends to transfer to.
Mon, Jun 4, 2012 04:39:00 PM

Jesse Scroggins is competing with a couple of younger quarterbacks to be No. 2 behind Matt Barkley.

The Trojans threw the ball 447 times last season. Matt Barkley was responsible for 446 of the attempts and there was one halfback option. Safe to say that somebody best step up this spring and during fall drills. Scroggins is in his third year with USC, so he knows the program and has developed a rapport with Barkley. However, academic issues and injuries have given others a chance to emerge as the backup.
Fri, Mar 30, 2012 12:30:00 PM