Signed by Seattle as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 1, 2020.
Appeared in 15 games, starting 13 in his lone season as the Cougars starter, throwing for 5,596 yards and 48 touchdowns in his career. Named All-Pac-12 second-team as a redshirt-senior after setting WSU and Pac-12 single-season records for passing touchdowns (48), passing yards (5,579) and completions (493). Was a semifinalist for the Davey O'Brien Award, given to the nation's best QB as he led the country in passing yards per game (429.2), 300-yard games (12), 400-yard games (9), ranked second in passing touchdowns (48) and passing yards (5,579), completing 493-of-687 attempts (71.8%, fourth in the country). Owned three of the top-four single-game passing performances in the country (1st, 606 yards vs. Oregon State; 2nd, 570 vs UCLA; 4th, 520 vs. Stanford). Led the country with 222 completions of 10-plus yards and of his 48 passing touchdowns, 16 went for 20-plus yards. Was the first quarterback in program history to start a season with four straight 400-yard games and opened season with 15 straight completions (second-longest in WSU history). His nine passing touchdowns against UCLA was a WSU and Pac-12 Conference single-game record. Attended the City College of San Francisco and named All-California Community College Athletic Association Region 1 First Team and Bay 6 League Offensive Player of Year as a freshman. Helped CCSF to a 12-1 overall record and CCCAA Championship while leading the CCCAA with 3,864 passing yards and 37 touchdowns. Attended Terra Nova High School and was named the Medium School State Player of the Year by Cal-Hi Sports and named all-state and all-metro league first-team after setting a Central Coast Section record with 4,899 passing yards and 49 touchdowns, helping school to a Division IV Title. Also lettered three times in baseball. Uncle, Greg Reynolds, played baseball at Stanford (2004-06) and was the second overall pick in the 2006 MLB Draft by the Colorado Rockies. He played three seasons in the Major Leagues, two with Colorado and one with Cincinnati.
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