NFL QB: Los Angeles Rams
Career Highlights: In just his second NFL season, heralded quarterback and 2016 NFL Draft first overall pick Jared Goff led the Los Angeles Rams to the 2017 NFC West title, the team’s first title since 2003. Goff finished his first full season with an 11-4 record, completed 408 of 477 passing attempts (62.1%) for 3,804 yards, 28 touchdowns, and a 100.5 passer rating. Goff led the NFL in yards per pass completion with 12.9 and played in his first Pro Bowl. In his rookie season, Goff started the final seven games completing 112 of 205 passes for 1,089 yards and five touchdowns. In college, Goff spent three years as starting quarterback for the California Bears where he broke numerous school and Pac-12 records. In his freshman year, Goff set Cal single-season records for passing yards, yardage gained, total offense, passes completed and passes attempted. In his sophomore year, he threw a career-high seven touchdown passes versus Colorado and a school-record 527 yards in a 60-59 win over Washington State. Goff finished his college career in 2015 being named First-Team All-Pac 12 while setting new Pac-12 and Cal single-season records in passing-yardage record, touchdown passes in a season, and total offense.