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#17 Keith Price
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 202
Year: Senior
Hometown: Compton, Calif.
High School: St. John Bosco
Experience: 3 Letters

2012: Passed for 2,726 yards for the season, sixth-most in UW history ... 263 completions and 432 attempts both ranked No. 3 in UW single-season history ... 19 touchdown passes were seventh-most in Husky history while 54 career TD passes is tied for second, just one shy of the school record ... .609 completion percentage in 2012 was fourth best in UW history ... opened the year going 25-for-35 for 222 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions vs. SDSU ... was 17-for-36 for 157 yards, no TDs and one interception at #3 LSU ... completed 14-of-19 for 181 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in win over Portland State ... led UW to a win over No. 8 Stanford, completing 19-of-37 attempts for 177 yards, one interception and a TD, a 35-yard pass to Kasen Williams with 4:53 remaining that put the UW ahead for good ... 19-for-31 for 145 yards and two interceptions at Oregon ... completed 28-of-28 for 198 yards, two interceptions and two touchdowns vs. No. 11 USC ... completed 16 in a row at one point vs. the Trojans ... notched new career-highs for completions and attempts at Arizona, going 29-for-52 for 256 yards and one touchdown, along with two INTs ... 18-for-30 for 194 yards, one interception and no TDs in the win over No. 7 Oregon State ... led UW to a win at Cal, completing 16-of-29 passes for 235 yards, one pick and one touchdown ... had a very good game in the win over Utah, completing 24-of-33 for 277 yards, no interceptions and two touchdowns while also running for one score ... tied the school record by passing for five touchdowns in the win at Colorado, where he was 22-for-29 for 248 yards, no interceptions and the five scores, which went to five different receivers ... was 20-for-34 for 194 yards, two touchdowns and one interception at Washington State ... went 20-for-39 for 242 yards, two interceptions and one passing touchdown (also ran for a seven-yard TD) in the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas vs. Boise State ... voted a team captain for 2012.

2011: Played in all 13 games and was the starting quarterback in every game except Oregon State ... won the UW's Guy Flaherty Award (most inspirational), the Huskies' oldest and most prestigious honor, at the team's postseason banquet ... also won the Earle T. Glant Tough Husky Award ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... O'Brien Award semi-finalist ... put up an historically good year in his first season as a starting quarterback ... broke the UW single-season touchdown passes record with 33, beating the old record by five ... his 3,063 passing yards ranked No. 2 in UW history and 242 completions ranked No. 3 ... set UW records for season completion percentage (.669) and pass efficiency (161.09) ... will also enter junior season holding the UW career record for both of those stats ... seventh in the country and second in the Pac-12 in pass efficiency ... nine 200-yard games were good for third-highest season total in UW history ... threw four TDs in a game (tied for third-most in Husky history) four times and tossed three TDs on four other occasions ... capped his year by completing 23-of-37 for 438 yards and four touchdowns, running for an additional three TDs, in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor ... seven TDs responsible for were an NCAA record for a bowl game, as were he 42 points responsible for ... 438 passing yards were second-most in UW single-game history ... opened the season by going 17-for-25 for 102 yards, three TDs and no interceptions in the win over Eastern Washington ... followed that up with a terrific game to beat Hawai'i, completing 18-of-25 for 315 yards, four scores and one pick ... posted another four-TD game the next week at Nebraska, completing 21-of-37 for 274 yards, with two interceptions ... great day in the win over Cal, connecting on 19-of-25 for 292 yards and three TDs without an interception ... 22-for-30 for 226, one INT and three TDs in the victory at Utah ... another very good day in win over Colorado: 21-for-28, 257 yards, four touchdowns and no interceptions ... went 23-for-36 for 247, one TD, one INT at Stanford ... in the win over Arizona, hit on 16-of-30 passing, good for 277 yards with one score and three interceptions ... vs. Oregon, was 24-for-35 for 143 with two TDs and two picks ... was 12-for-16 for 125 at USC and suffered a knee injury that kept him from starting the following week at Oregon State ... still, came off the bench vs. the Beavers and completed 5-of-9 for 76 yards, one touchdown and one interception ... was superb in the Apple Cup win over Washington State, completing 21-of-29 for 291 yards, no interceptions and three touchdowns ... spread his 29 touchdown passes this season to eight different receivers.

2010: Served as the Huskies' No. 2 quarterback the entire season ... played in 8 of 13 games ... made starting debut on the road at No. 1 Oregon on Nov. 6 ... went 14-for-28 for 127 yards, no interceptions and a touchdown vs. the Ducks ... also had 13 carries vs. Oregon ... completed first career pass vs. Syracuse ... played, but didn't attempt a pass, vs. Nebraska in both games vs. the Huskers ... came on in the USC game and threw a one-yard TD pass in his only scrimmage play of the game (in place of Locker, who missed that one play with injury) ... 1-for-4 off the bench at Arizona and 2-for-3 for 24 yards vs. Stanford .... also appeared vs. UCLA.

2009: Participated on the service teams, but didn't see any game action and redshirted the season ... traveled with the team and served as the No. 3 quarterback ... won the Bob Jarvis Offensive Scout Squad MVP award at the Huskies' postseason awards banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL: 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 ... named the Trinity League Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a senior ... also the first-team quarterback on the CIF Southern Section All-Pac-5 team ... earned second-team all-state from ... teammate of fellow Husky Will Shamburger at Bosco ... earned votes Long Beach Press-Telegram's Best in the West rankings ... selected by as the No. 33 "dual-threat quarterback" prospect in the nation ... listed as the No. 50 QB in the nation by ... named the No. 80 prospect in the state of California by the Contra Costa Times ... rated the No. 126 player in the west by ... also earned first-team All-Trinity League honors as a junior ... played for coach Kiki Mendoza.

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