Jack Sears Weighing Options

I wondered Friday if former USC QB Jack Sears would reconsider going to San Diego State now that Rocky Long resigned?

And now 247Sports says he will not enroll at San Diego State for the spring semester as he waits for the Aztecs to hire an offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Sears could still go to San Diego State but is keeping his options open.

It makes sense because you cannot afford to make a mistake when you transfer. A quarterback needs to play and be in an offense that suits him.

8 thoughts on “Jack Sears Weighing Options

      1. It was a LOT more than just the rape allegation. But as is often the case when someone dies, people only want to remember the good stuff. He was a great athlete, but not such a great person.


      1. Sorry but this just in…

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  1. Is Jack Yary ‘possibly’ re-considering?

    Meanwhile, USC is also hosting 3-star tight end Jack Yary
    on his official visit.

    Yary committed to USC in the spring before backing off that pledge in November due to the team’s lack of tight end usage. But the Trojans have remained on his radar as there is a significant draw to following in the footsteps of his father Ron Yary, a former Trojans offensive lineman was the No. 1 overall pick in the 1968 NFL/AFL Draft out of USC and has been inducted into both the College Football Hall of Fame and Pro Football Hall of Fame.

    “Obviously I want to go there because my pops went there and stuff and be able to continue the legacy, but in the end I’ve got to do what’s best for me, getting me to the next level after college and what’s best for me as a person. I’ve got to take all that into consideration,” the younger Yary told TrojanSports.com last week.

    USC is also hosting defensive end signee Tuli Tuipulotu
    on his official visit this weekend

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