|USC Trojans – No. 9|
|High school||Desert Mountain High School (Scottsdale, Arizona)|
|Born:||April 11, 2001|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight||201 lb (91 kg)|
Slovis attended Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale, Arizona. During his high school career, he passed for 2542 yards with 50 touchdowns and only 11 interceptions. His high school quarterbacks coach was Pro Football Hall of Famer Kurt Warner. In his senior year of high school, he received offers from 12 colleges, committing to USC in 2018. USC had been one of the only teams from one of the Power Five conferences to show interest in Slovis, which happened shortly after USC quarterbacks coach Bryan Ellis had visited the high school. Arizona State offensive coordinator Rob Likens had also shown interest in Slovis, but was unable to recruit him before he committed to the Trojans. Slovis graduated from his high school a semester early and enrolled at the University of Southern California in January 2019.
Slovis entered the 2019 season as the second quarterback in the depth chart, behind then-starting quarterback JT Daniels. Slovis made his first collegiate appearance in the Trojans' season opener against Fresno State, after Daniels suffered a season-ending knee injury. Slovis would go on to make his first start next week, where he set the school record for quarterback touchdowns in a 45–20 victory over the 23rd ranked Stanford Cardinal. The next week, Slovis started in an away game against BYU, where he would throw three interceptions in a 30–27 loss in overtime. Slovis would next start in a home game against the 10th ranked Utah Utes, where he left the game early in the first quarter after suffering a possible head injury. Backup quarterback Matt Fink would proceed to lead the Trojans to a 30–23 upset victory. Following the incident, Slovis was placed in the concussion protocol and ruled out for the next game, an away game at Washington, leaving Fink to start. Slovis would return to the starting position for the next game, a narrow loss at 9th ranked Notre Dame. Rebounding from that loss, Slovis would lead the Trojans to two straight wins, a blowout against Arizona and a come front behind victory in USC's first away game win of the season at Colorado. Following a 56-24 blowout loss to Oregon, where Slovis set the USC record for most pass attempts in a game, Slovis would return to his native Arizona where he set another school record with 292 passing yards and 4 touchdowns in the first quarter of a 31-26 victory against Arizona State. The following week, Slovis led the Trojans to a 41-17 blowout of Cal going 29/35 for 406 yards, 4 touchdowns and zero interceptions.
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