USC Graduate QB Jack Sears chooses San Diego State
Jack Sears has two years of eligibility for the Aztecs
San Diego State gets another QB to compete for 2020.
Jack Sears of USC joins a roster of four quarterbacks who haven’t been much to write about. Jack Sears only appeared in one game for USC in 2018 as a redshirt-freshman. Where he backed up a concussed JT Daniels against Arizona State and went 20 of 28, for 235 yards and 2 touchdowns.
These stats don’t mean much and only provide a snapshot compared to the roster of four unknowns.
What this ultimately means for the Aztecs is that their offensive woes start clean in 2020. Ryan Agnew graduates this spring and leaves Aztecs fans scratching their heads.
The four quarterbacks are all competing for spots and despite Rocky Long‘s clamoring of every spot being competitive, the inside track might lean to Sears.
In the limited gameplay, Carson Baker could be another iteration of Christian Chapman. Junior college transfer Jordon Brookshire will be able to compete, but Sears brings more than a year of eligibility.
Though technically a graduate transfer, he has two remaining years of eligibility. Sears redshirted his freshman year, then Clay Helton buried him in the depth charts during 2018. This prior season he had entered the transfer portal in August and completed his bachelor’s degree in three years.
The kid has talent, and it’ll be interesting how Rocky Long and Jeff Horton evaluate his talent.