Matt Leinart

At six-foot five-inches and 225 pounds, Matt Leinart is the sixth USC Trojan to win the Heisman Trophy, following Mike Garrett, OJ Simpson, Charles White, Marcus Allen and Carson Palmer. In his junior year, Leinart led the Trojans to an undefeated season, won the Heisman and went on to win the BCS Championship Orange Bowl. Matt is just the third quarterback in more than thirty years to lead his team to back-to-back national championships. Later on that year, Matt decided against entering the NFL draft, instead choosing to stay at USC for his senior year.
Matt Leinart finished his college career with 807 completions on 1,245 attempts (64.8% completion percentage) for 10,693 yards and 99 touchdowns with just 23 interceptions. He is USC's all-time leader in career touchdown passes and completion percentage, and is second at USC behind Palmer in completions and yardage. He averaged nearly 8.6 yards per attempt, and averaged only one interception every 54 attempts. He was 37-2 as a starter.

College Career Stats:

2003: 255/402 (63.4%) for 3556 yards and 38 TD vs. 9 INT. 32 carries for -62 yards and 0 TD.

2004: 269/412 (65.3%) for 3322 yards and 33 TD vs. 6 INT. 49 carries for -44 yards and 3 TD.

2005: 283/431 (65.7%) for 3815 yards and 28 TD vs. 8 INT. 51 carries for 36 yards and 6 TD.
Heisman Trophy Winners