Photos from TCU's game with West Virginia on Oct. 7, 2017.
- 2016 Big 12 Co-Offensive Player of the Week (vs. South Dakota State)
- 2016 Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Honorable Mention Player of the Week (vs. South Dakota State)
- 2016 TCU AutoZone Liberty Bowl Most Outstanding Offensive Player
2016 | REDSHIRT JUNIOR Played in all 13 games with 12 starts ... completed 269-of-440 passes for 3,208 passing yards and 17 touchdowns ... 269 completions were the second most in a single-season in TCU history with 3,208 passing yards ranking as the third most ... added 609 rushing yards, most among Big 12 quarterbacks, for 3,817 yards of total offense, also the third most in a single-season in TCU history ... ran for 10 touchdowns ... threw for over 400 yards three times, including season-best 452 on 31-of-45 passing at SMU ... posted three of TCU's top nine passing yard games with the 452 ranking sixth, 449 against Oklahoma ranking seventh and 439 against South Dakota State ranking ninth ... threw for a career-best five touchdowns against Oklahoma ... rushed for career-best three touchdowns against South Dakota State ... ran for over 70 yards five times ... 293.6 yards of total offense per game ranked fourth in the Big 12.
2015 | JUNIOR Sat out this season after transferring from Texas A&M.
2014 | SOPHOMORE (TEXAS A&M) Won the first-team job in fall camp and started the opening eight games of the season for Texas A&M ... passed for 2,649 yards and 23 touchdowns while completing 214-of-321 attempts (66.7 completion percentage) in eight games of action ... on A&M’s single-season passing lists, he ranks second in completion percentage, fourth in touchdowns, fourth in completions and fifth in yards ... broke a school single-game passing yards record with 511 on 44-of-60 attempts in his starting debut at South Carolina ... became the first player in school history and sixth in the SEC to post a 500-yard passing game ... his 44 completions and .733 completion percentage (minimum of 40 attempts) set school records, while his 60 attempts were the fourth-most in school history ... passed for a career-high four touchdowns four times ... passed for 300-plus yards in five games ... passed for 400+ yards twice -- 511 vs. South Carolina and 401 vs. Ole Miss.
2013 | FRESHMAN (TEXAS A&M) Earned playing time in four contests as a true freshman at Texas A&M ... saw action against Sam Houston State, SMU, Vanderbilt and UTEP ... completed 16 passes on 22 attempts ... added seven rushes for 37 yards on the year ... totaled 183 yards passing, including a pair of 38-yard throws against SHSU and UTEP ... threw a 14-yard touchdown pass, the first of his career, against the Bearkats.
HIGH SCHOOL Was named the 2012 Texas Gatorade Player of the Year and Class 5A Offensive Player of the Year after completing 139-of-209 passes for 2,291 yards and 20 touchdowns ... also had 102 carries for 905 yards and 22 scores in 2012 ... Associated Press Class 5A first-team All-State honors and was named to the Star-Telegram first-team Super Team, Dallas Morning News All-Area first-team and District 4-5A MVP as a senior ... completed 243-of-286 passes for 3,014 yards and 25 touchdowns as a junior ... had 280 carries for 1,400 yards and 24 scores, leading Carroll to a state championship ... named the District 7-5A Offensive MVP, Dallas Morning News DFW All-Area Offensive Player of the Year and Texas Sportswriters Association 5A first-team All-State ... totaled 1,761 passing yards and 15 touchdowns with 435 yards rushing and seven scores as a sophomore ... named District 7-5A Offensive Newcomer of the Year and Dallas Morning News DFW All-Area Team Newcomer of the Year ... member of the Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s Super Team third team ... a four-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... No. 21 dual-threat QB nationally by ESPN.com ... No. 137 overall and No. 4 QB by Rivals.com ... No. 16 QB by Scout.com.
NOTEWORTHY Father, Ken Sr., won 117 games in 14 seasons as a MLB pitcher and finished second in the 1994 National League Cy Young race as a member of the Montreal Expos.