Players

Keith Price
QB #1
Height:
6-1
Weight:
204
Age:
23
College:
Washington
Hometown:
Compton, Calif.
Experience:
R

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Biography

Signed by Seattle as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 10, 2014. Finished University of Washington career starting 38 of 46 games played and set the following school records: career touchdown passes (75), career completion percentage (.640), career passing efficiency (143.2), single-season touchdown passes (33 in 2011), single-season completion percentage (.669 in 2011), single-season passing efficiency (161.9 in 2011) and single-game touchdown passes (tied with 5 vs. Colorado in 2012). Capped his sophomore year by completing 23 of 37 passes for 438 yards and four touchdowns, running for an additional three touchdowns, in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor, led by Robert Griffin III. Those seven touchdowns responsible for were an NCAA record for a bowl game, as were his 42 points responsible for. The 438 passing yards were second-most in UW single-game history. Prepped at St. John Bosco and completed 143 of 200 (.715) passes for 2,260 yards, 24 touchdowns and only six interceptions as a senior. Also rushed for 579 yards and 10 touchdowns and was named the Trinity League Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a senior. Earned second-team all-state from calhisports.com, listed as the No. 50 QB in the nation by scout.com, named the No. 80 prospect in the state of California by the Contra Costa Times and was rated the No. 126 player in the west by superprep.com. Born on June 28, 1991.

Signed by Seattle as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 10, 2014. Finished University of Washington career starting 38 of 46 games played and set the following school records: career touchdown passes (75), career completion percentage (.640), career passing efficiency (143.2), single-season touchdown passes (33 in 2011), single-season completion percentage (.669 in 2011), single-season passing efficiency (161.9 in 2011) and single-game touchdown passes (tied with 5 vs. Colorado in 2012). Capped his sophomore year by completing 23 of 37 passes for 438 yards and four touchdowns, running for an additional three touchdowns, in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor, led by Robert Griffin III. Those seven touchdowns responsible for were an NCAA record for a bowl game, as were his 42 points responsible for. The 438 passing yards were second-most in UW single-game history. Prepped at St. John Bosco and completed 143 of 200 (.715) passes for 2,260 yards, 24 touchdowns and only six interceptions as a senior. Also rushed for 579 yards and 10 touchdowns and was named the Trinity League Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a senior. Earned second-team all-state from calhisports.com, listed as the No. 50 QB in the nation by scout.com, named the No. 80 prospect in the state of California by the Contra Costa Times and was rated the No. 126 player in the west by superprep.com. Born on June 28, 1991.