|Oklahoma Sooners – No. 1|
|High school||Allen (TX)|
August 7, 1997 |
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight||192 lb (87 kg)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Kyler Murray (born August 7, 1997) is an American collegiate football quarterback, who plays for the Oklahoma Sooners. He previously played college football for the Texas A&M Aggies. He also plays as an outfielder for the Oklahoma Sooners baseball team. He was the 2014 Gatorade Football Player of the Year.
Murray attended Allen High School in Allen, Texas. As a senior in 2014, he was the Gatorade Football Player of the Year. His team won three straight state championships and 43 games in a row. He missed one start during this streak and finished his career with a perfect 42–0 record as a starting quarterback.
Murray was ranked by ESPN, Scout.com, and 247Sports as a five-star recruit and the best dual-threat quarterback in his class. In May 2014, he committed to Texas A&M University to play college football and college baseball. He officially signed with them on February 4, 2015.
Murray also plays baseball and was considered one of the top prospects for the 2015 Major League Baseball draft. In high school, Murray was a shortstop and a second baseman. He was the first player to ever be selected for both the Under Armour All-America Baseball and Football games. Murray opted out of the MLB draft after deciding to attend Texas A&M. He was initially set to play as an infielder for the Texas A&M Aggies baseball team in the 2016 season until he announced his departure from Texas A&M on December 17, 2015.
|Year||Team||Pass Attempts||Pass Completions||Completion %||Pass Yards||Pass TDs||INT||Rush Attempts||Rush Yards||Rush Avg||Rush TDs|
|Name||Hometown||High school / college||Height||Weight||40‡||Commit date|
|Allen, Texas||Allen HS||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)||177 lb (80 kg)||4.5||May 28, 2014|
|Recruiting star ratings: Scout: Rivals: 247Sports: ESPN:|
|Overall recruiting rankings: Scout: 9 (QB) Rivals: 5 (QB) ESPN: 1 (Dual-threat QB)|
As a true freshman in 2015, Murray competed with Kyle Allen before the season for the starting quarterback position. Allen would win the job with Murray appearing in games as a backup (primarily on plays involving the wildcat formation). After the team lost two straight games in October, the competition was opened again prior to the South Carolina game, and Murray won the starting quarterback position. In his first start, Murray threw for 223 yards and rushed for 156 yards with a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown, making him and Cam Newton the only SEC quarterbacks in the past 20 years to gain over 100 yards passing and rushing, including a passing touchdown and a rushing touchdown in their first career start. On December 24, 2015, Murray announced that he was transferring to University of Oklahoma. He sat out the 2016 season per NCAA transfer rules.
In the 2017 season, Murray was a backup quarterback to Baker Mayfield. He got the opportunity to play in some games in relief of Mayfield. He made his season debut in the season opener against UTEP. In the 56–7 victory, he came into the game in the second half and finished 10-of-11 for 149 yards and a touchdown. Two weeks later, against Tulane, he hit all three pass attempts for 103 yards and a touchdown. On November 25, against West Virginia, he started the game after Mayfield was had to sit out some of the game due to disciplinary actions in the previous game against Kansas. In the game, he hit both pass attempts for 52 total yards and a touchdown while contributing 80 rushing yards on three carries.
|Year||Team||Pass Attempts||Pass Completions||Completion %||Pass Yards||Pass TDs||INT||Passer Rating||Rush Attempts||Rush Yards||Rush Avg||Rush TDs|
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