Matt Barkley     Southern California          The only true freshman quarterback to start a season opener and every game in his career as a Trojan (47/47). A good athlete and right-handed passer who aligns in both shotgun and traditional with good footwork in 3-, 5- and 7-step drops; balance and weight transfer, with smooth and fluid over-the-shoulder delivery, with very good skill set and positional attributes for the next level.  Barkley is competitive and tough. Carries ball numbers-high in his drops. Good patience and composure; a rhythm passer who plays confident and poised. Barkley has very good anticipation, timing and touch to drop passes over the top, stick it on the receiver or throw only where receivers can make the play, along with good red zone production. Has good awareness in pocket, and eyes are always down field to locate primary and secondary receivers, ensuring good decisions. Will need a more consistent play action fake, but waggles are very smooth. Arm strength is good, not great, rendering him best suited for a short-to-intermediate passing scheme. He can take that shot down field to keep a defense on its toes, but not a consistent deep ball thrower. Good pocket presence with mobility to slide and avoid and throw on the move. Understands and recognizes pressure based on pre-snap reads. While more of a pocket passer, he flashed down field running skills early in his career. Nonetheless, he is not a down field threat. Good to sustained drive production, with solid clock management to thrive under pressure. I saw some deer-in-the-headlights looks a few years ago, and that was a concern. Barkley has played under two head coaches in two different pro style philosophies. Has excellent production, accuracy in pocket with a career completion percentage of 64.1 percent. Softli –  First-round talent will excel in a short to intermediate passing scheme or west coast offense.  

 

MATTHEW MONTGOMERY “Matt” BARKLEY

Quarterback

University of Southern California Trojans

#7

6:01.7-228

Newport Beach, California

Mater Dei High School

 

OVERVIEW

A heavy 2012 preseason favorite for Heisman Trophy honors, Barkley was primed to lead the Trojans on their national championship quest and a return to post-season action after two years of being ineligible for bowl competition. While a loss to Stanford in their third game eliminated USC’s chances to capture the national title, they were well on their way to earn a berth in a BCS-level game, having won six of their first seven contests, but a shoulder injury by their starting quarterback would see the team lose five of their final six contests.

 

Barkley was forced to watch from the sidelines as he career would come to an end, thanks to a right shoulder sprain that he suffered in a November 17th, 2012 clash vs. UCLA. He would miss the Notre Dame clash, much like he did with another injury prior to the Trojans meeting the Fighting Irish, in 2010, and stood by as his teammates lost to Georgia Tech, 21-7, in the 2012 Sun Bowl, bringing an end to a career that saw him establish school and Pac-12 Conference all-time records with 12,214 yards in total offense and 12,327 yards passing.

 

Barkley also became the only player in Southern California and league history to throw for over 100 touchdowns (116) in a career. That total was aided by his 2011 Pac-12 and Trojans season-record 39 scoring strikes, followed by 36 more touchdown throws as a senior, the fourth-highest season total by a league passer. Few players in school annals have had such an impact on the school’s passing records charts, as he joined Matt Leinart (2003-05) in holding down six of the top ten passing yardage season totals by a USC player.

 

Much like his success on the field, Barkley has made a “name” for himself with his active participation within the community. A devout Christian who plays acoustic guitar with a church youth group, he assisted his parents, who started the Monarchs for Marines (M4M) campaign, whereby hundreds of students, coaches and parents at Matt’s former high school, Mater Dei, volunteered to landscape and renovate youth areas at the nearby Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

 

Barkley, who boasts a 3.77 grade point average, frequently speaks to young students about the importance of staying on top of school work. During Christmas 2008, he went with a group of friends and family to help run an orphanage in South Africa. He has also appeared on “I Am Second”, sharing the story of his Christian faith and personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

At Mater Dei High School, Barkley became the first freshman quarterback to start at the institution since Todd Marinovich. That year, he passed for 1,685 yards and ten touch-downs, but suffered a season-ending injury (broken collarbone) during the playoffs in a quarter-final win over Colton High School. Ironically, the injury was caused by future USC teammate, running back Allen Bradford, who played linebacker in high school.

 

Blessed with great field vision and maturity, his high school coach, Bruce Rollinson, permitted him to call his own plays, something he had never allowed a player to do during two decades at Mater Dei. As a sophomore, he rewarded his coach’s faith by passing for 1,349 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2006. In three seasons as a starter, he would pass for 6,994 yards and 57 scores.

 

Barkley threw for 3,576 yards and 35 touchdowns in 2007, completing 63% of his passes with nine interceptions. He was named the Gatorade National Player of the Year, and then, the 2007 Gatorade National Male Athlete of the Year, becoming the first non-senior to win both awards. He added Glenn Davis Award honors, given to best high school football player in Southern California, as well as the inaugural Joe Montana Award as the nation’s top high school quarterback.

 

His 2008 senior season started slow, with Barkley throwing nearly as many interceptions as touchdown passes and the Monarchs barely keeping above .50. His performance turned around and Mater Dei rallied to 7–3 and entered the playoffs. He led the team to the quarter-final, falling to Tesoro High School and ending the season 8–4. He finished his Mater Dei career as the all-time passing yardage leader in Orange County, surpassing the record set by Todd Marinovich in 1987.

 

On January 4, 2009, Barkley participated in the Under Armour All-America Game at the Florida Citrus Bowl. After a strong performance, where he completed 11-of-22 passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns and led the White team to a 27–16 victory over the Black team, he was named the game’s co-MVP.

 

Soon afterward, he was moved back to the number one high school prospect in America by ESPN, having dropped to tenth during his senior season. Barkley was also rated as the first overall prospect in the nation for the Class of 2009 by ESPN. He was rated the first overall prospect by Rivals.com (ranking fifth). Renowned quarter-back coach Steve Clarkson described Barkley as a cross between Joe Montana and Tom Brady.

 

As a top high school player, he was heavily recruited. On January 23rd, 2008, Barkley verbally committed to Southern California, ending speculation that he might join UCLA, which had just hired coaches Rick Neuheisel and Norm Chow. Attending USC just seemed like the natural thing for a Barkley family member.

 

Barkley’s father, Les Barkley, was an All-American water polo player at Southern California from 1976-79. Matt made his decision more than a year before his National Signing Day, telling his family and coaches and then calling USC coach Pete Carroll on his cell phone. The previous quarterback to go to USC from Mater Dei was Heisman Trophy-winner Matt Leinart (the school had also graduated fellow Heisman winner John Huarte). After committing to the Trojans, Barkley began recruiting other elite high school players to join him.

 

After graduating from high school a semester early, Barkley enrolled at USC in January, 2009, so he could participate in spring practice. With the early departure of the previous season’s starting quarterback Mark Sanchez, and with no clear successor, a three-way quarterback battle emerged during spring practices between Barkley and quarterbacks Aaron Corp and Mitch Mustain, both of whom had held the second quarterback spot at various times throughout the season; the latter had been the starting quarterback at Arkansas for eight games.

 

Barkley adapted to the Trojans offense and gave strong performances during spring practices: trying for and making big plays but also throwing several key interceptions. Impressing his coaches, he climbed to the number two spot at the end of Spring behind Corp. On August 27th, during fall practices, head coach Pete Carroll named Barkley the starter for the 2009 season opener vs. San Jose State.

 

Barkley would become the first true freshman quarterback to ever start an opener for the Trojans, and also the first true freshman to start the opener for a preseason top-five team since Rick Leach did it for third-ranked Michigan in 1975. After a slow first quarter, he finished his college debut with 233 yards, throwing 15-for-19 with one touchdown in a 56-3 victory over San Jose State.

 

His second game brought his first major test and first road game, against the highly-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. Before a sold-out, raucous crowd at Ohio Stadium, Barkley led a game-winning, 86-yard drive late in the fourth quarter, earning significant praise from the sports media. The quarterback would suffer a shoulder bruise in the Ohio State game, and had to sit out the following week’s game at Washington.

 

After the Trojans lost to the Huskies, Carroll had Barkley, who was not fully recovered from his injury, start the next game vs. Washington State. He contributed to a 27-6 victory, passing for 247 yards and two touchdowns. He would close out his first collegiate campaign by throwing for 350 yards and two touchdowns vs. Boston College in the 2009 Emerald Bowl. His freshman totals included 2,735 yards and 15 touchdowns on 211-of-352 attempts (59.94%), but he was also picked off fourteen times.

 

Back for his sophomore campaign, Barkley led the Trojans to an opening week victory at Hawaii, as he threw five touchdowns on 17-of-23 passing for 257 yards. The win marked a successful debut for new USC head coach Lane Kiffin and the first win under USC’s 2010 NCAA probation and sanctions. After the game, the quarterback said, “I’m just trying to be as perfect as I can be.” Kiffin added, “Great quarterbacks put together good games every week.”

 

Barkley continued a solid sophomore campaign. With notable performances vs. Stanford and California, before he sprained his ankle during a loss to Oregon State and was forced to the sideline for the Notre Dame clash. He returned to lead the Trojans to a gutsy 28-14 victory over UCLA. He completed 236-of-377 throws (62.60%) for 2,791 yards, 26 touch-downs and twelve interceptions during his first season under Kiffin’s guidance.

 

Barkley began the 2011 season by setting the USC single game record for completions with 34 vs. Minnesota. In October, he passed for a school game-record for 468 yards, along with four touchdowns vs. Arizona. November saw him passed for a Trojans record six touchdowns vs. the Colorado Buffaloes. Later that month, he again tied the game touchdown record in a 50-0 shutout of the UCLA Bruins.

 

On national television Barkley stated that the best moment of the UCLA game was his pass to his cousin Robbie Boyer. Over the 2011 season, the quarterback accumulated 39 touchdowns, an all-time Pac-12 Conference record, and helped end the season by guiding the Trojans to a 10-2 record. He finished sixth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy.

 

Most in the national media predicted that the junior would end his Southern California career and leave school early as an entrant in the 2012 NFL Draft. But, on December 22nd, 2011, at a press conference convened at Heritage Hall, Barkley announced he would return for his senior year with the USC Trojans rather than turning pro.

 

Barkley announced his return to USC in his own unique way by giving Coach Kiffin a homemade ornament for Christmas with a picture of them at the Colorado game, but on the back revealing the text “One more year.” He described his decision to stay for his senior as “unfinished business,” as he wanted to be part of a team that would be aiming for the BCS championship after a two-year postseason ban.

 

 

Going into his senior season, Barkley was widely considered a favorite to win the Heisman Trophy. At the beginning of that campaign, USC was ranked #1 in the preseason poll, but a 21-14 loss to then- #21 Stanford ended the Trojans’ potential BCS national championship run. The team then went on to lose five of its last six games, as well as losing to rival UCLA for the first time in six years.

 

Barkley was knocked out of that game with a shoulder injury, thus ending his regular season abruptly. On December 27nd, 2012 head coach Lane Kiffin announced that Barkley would not play in the Sun Bowl because of a shoulder injury, effectively ending his college football career. For his senior season, he threw for 3,273 yards and 36 touchdowns on 246-of-387 tries (63.57%). His pass efficiency rating of 157.55 ranked 12th in the nation, despite throwing for a career-high fifteen interceptions.

 

Barkley will be leaving Southern California after attaining a cumulative 3.23 grade point average. In addition to his honors on the football field, he is a three-time selection to the conference’s All-Academic team.

 

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT MATT BARKLEY

USC head coach Lane Kiffin…”I can’t imagine there are other quarterbacks out there putting up his numbers with so many young guys around him.”

Former Oregon and present Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly… “He was the best quarterback we faced (in 2011). I thought Matt was outstanding. A couple of those deep balls were right on target. He always seemed like he had the answer. Every time we came back and scored, he came back with an answer. ”

Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian…”If I’m an NFL head coach, I’d pick Matt Barkley ahead of Andrew Luck.”

Jordan Schultz, Huffington Post…“Barkley is a prototypical pocket passer who excels before the snap with his reads and has all of the tools to make every throw at any time…(He makes) fearless decisions in the tightest of windows. He has a huge arm and even more audacity. He threw for over 3,500 yards and led a probation-laden team to a top six ranking. That is really, really hard to do.”

David Leon Moore, USA Today…”Barkley’s circumstances, skill and personality have admirers thinking he can be the greatest Trojan of them all. He has the second-best GPA on the team. He is active in the inner-city community, working with underprivileged children. And he was a tremendous, classy spokesman for the team the past two years as it served its NCAA probation. Also, he is becoming legendary on the field.”

 

CAREER NOTES

Barkley started all 47 games that he appeared in at Southern California, throwing for 12,327 yards and 116 touchdowns, along with 48 interceptions on 1,001-of-1,562 tosses (64.08%), adding six touchdowns on 132 carries for losses totaling 113 yards, as he amassed 12,214 yards in total offense (259.87 ypg) on 1,694 plays (7.21 ypc)…Among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers, he ranks second in touchdown passes, total touchdowns responsible for (122) and yards passing, placing third for pass attempts, pass completions and interceptions. He is fifth among active players in number of total plays, eleventh in total offensive yards and eighth in yards passing per game (262.28 ypg)…He set the school and Pac-12 Conference career-records for touchdown passes, yards passing and yards in total offense, topping the previous marks by former Trojans Carson Palmer (11,621 yards in total offense and 11,818 yards passing; from 1998-2002) and 99 scoring strikes by Matt Leinart (2003-05)…Has thrown for at least 200 yards in 33 games; at least 300 yards in fourteen contests; and at least 400 yards in three appearances, including consecutive games in 2012 (493 vs. Arizona and 484 vs. Oregon)…

Had thrown at least one touchdown in 42 games, posting three-touchdown performances 21 times; including at least four scoring tosses in ten contests that included a school game-record six touchdowns in each of the 2011 Colorado and UCLA clashes, equaling that mark again in 2012 vs. both Syracuse and Colorado.

 

2012 SEASON

The recipient of the Wuerffel Award (top academics/athletics/service) and Senior CLASS Award (top senior student-athlete), Barkley added ARA Sportsmanship Award, Bobby Bowden Award (top faith student-athlete) and National Football Foundation Nation Scholar-Athlete recognition, in addition to being named a finalist for the Maxwell Award (top player), Davey O’Brien Award (top quarterback), Manning Award (top quarterback) and Unitas Golden Arm Award (top senior QB)…The All-Pac 12 Conference honorable mention and Academic All-Pac-12 choice started the first eleven games before suffering a right shoulder sprain vs. UCLA that would sideline him for the regular season finale vs. Notre Dame and the Sun Bowl clash vs. Georgia Tech…Still managed to finish third in the league and 12th in the nation with a 157.55 pass efficiency rating…Serving as one of the team’s captains, he completed 246-of-387 passes (63.57%) for 3,273 yards, 36 touchdowns and fifteen interceptions…Lost 72 yards on 25 carries, finishing 26th nationally with an average of 291.00 yards per game in total offense (3,201 yards on 412 plays)…Threw for at least 300 yards in five contests; hitting on 23-of-37 tries for 372 yards and four scores vs. Hawaii, followed by 303 yards and three touchdowns vs. Utah and 301 yards with three more scores vs. UCLA…Barkley also posted back-to-back 400-yard appearances, as he threw for a school game-record 493 yards on 31-of-49 chances that included three scores and 497 yards in total offense vs. Arizona, breaking his own previous school game records of 468 aerial yards and 470 yards in total offense vs. Arizona during the 2011 campaign… He then had five touchdowns among 20-of-38 attempts for 484 yards vs. Oregon…In a 50-6 rout of Colorado (19-of-20 for 298 yards) and Syracuse (23-of-30 for 187), Barkley threw for six touchdowns vs. each opponent, tying his school game-record that he set in 2011, with six scoring strikes in each of the Colorado and UCLA clashes… Barkley’s 36 touchdowns as a senior rank third in school history behind his USC record 39 from 2011, and 38 from Matt Leinart in 2003…His 36 scoring strikes also placed fourth on the Pac-12 Conference annual record list (Andrew Luck of Stanford had 37 in 2011)…His 3,273 yards passing rank eighth on the school season-record list (USC has had just nine 3,000-yard passers in a season), while his 3,201 yards in total offense also ninth on the Trojans’ season-record chart.

 

2011 SEASON

Barkley started for his third season at quarterback as a junior and had a record-setting season that would see him finish sixth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy…One of ten finalists for the Manning Award, as well as being named a semi-finalist for the Walter Camp Award…Was also a semi-finalist for the 2011 Maxwell Award and Davey O’Brien Award (for the third consecutive year)…Selected the 2011 College Football Performance Awards National Performer of the Year and made The NFL Draft Report’s and Associated Press’ All-American third-team, adding national honorable mention from Sports Illustrated and Pro Football Weekly…Chosen All-Pac 12 Conference second-team by the league’s coaches, Barkley was the Offensive Player of the Year on the CollegeFootballNews.com All-Pac-12 first team and made the CBSSports.com All-Pac-12 first team….USC’s MVP served as team captain for the second consecutive year (only the tenth Trojan two-time captain)…One of thirteen finalists for the Wuerffel Trophy (given to the player who best combines athletics, academics and community service)…One of eleven FBS players named to the 2011 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, recognized for their commitment to making a difference in their communities…While starting all twelve games, Barkley ranked eighth in the nation with a 161.22 pass efficiency rating and placed 16th with an average of 295.17 yards per game in total offense…Entered the school season-record charts after completing 308-of-445 passes (69.06%) for 3,528 yards, 39 touchdowns and only seven interceptions…Carried just 28 times for 14 yards, but scored twice on the ground while recording two solo tackles (one each vs. Arizona State and Colorado), in addition to gaining 3,542 yards of total offense on 474 plays…His 39 scoring strikes broke the old schoolo and conference season-records of 38 touchdowns by Matt Leinart in 2003…His pass completion percentage of .6906 established another school season mark and his 308 pass completions was one shy of the USC record set by Carson Palmer in 2002…His 3,528 aerial yards rank fifth on the season annual record list and his 3,542 yards in total offense rank third…Threw for at least 300 yards six times, including two 400-yard performances (423 vs. UCLA) that included a then school game-record 468 yards vs. Arizona, a game that saw Barkley complete 32-of-39 attempts with four touchdowns…Also set the USC game-record with six touchdown passes vs. Colorado, followed three games later with six more scoring tosses in the season finale vs. UCLA (also threw five scores earlier in the schedule vs. Syracuse).

 

2010 SEASON

The Academic All-Pac 10 Conference choice and All-Pac 10 honorable mention started twelve games, missing the Notre Dame clash after injuring his ankle the previous week vs. Oregon…The semi-finalist for the 2010 Davey O’Brien Award, he became the first sophomore in school history to serve as squad captain…Completed 236-of-377 throws (62.60%) for 2,791 yards, 26 touchdowns and twelve interceptions…Scored twice, but was held to minus 17 yards on 34 carries, finishing 45th in the nation with 2,774 yards in total offense (231.17 ypg)…Produced a streak of 140 consecutive pass attempt without an interception in 2010…Threw at least two touchdowns in seven games and at least three scores five times, including twice with a then school record-tying five touchdown tosses (vs. Hawaii in the season opener and vs. California)…His 236 completions rank ninth on the USC season list and his 2,774 yards of total offense placed 12th on USC’s season ladder.

 

2009 SEASON

Named a semifinalist for the 2009 Davey O’Brien Award (he was the only freshman among the fifteen semifinalists), Barkley added CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-American honorable mention…Started all twelve games he appeared in, but a right shoulder bruise vs. Ohio State would force him to sit out the following week vs. Washington…Completed 211-of-352 passes (59.94%) for 2,735 yards, fifteen touchdowns and fourteen interceptions while amassing 2,697 yards in total offense (224.75 ypg) on 397 plays…Scored twice on 45 carries for minus 38 yards…Threw for over 300 yards twice – gaining 380 yards with two scores on 19-of-29 attempts vs. Notre Dame and 350 yards on 27-of-37 throws that included two touchdowns vs. Boston College.

 

INJURY REPORT

2005 Season…As a freshman at Mater Dei High School, Barkley suffered a season-ending injury (broken collarbone) during the playoffs in a quarter-final win over Colton High School. The injury was caused by future USC teammate, running back Allen Bradford, who played linebacker in high school.

2009 Season…Barkley suffered a shoulder bruise in the Ohio State game (9/12), and had to sit out the following week’s game at Washington. Head coach Pete Carroll had Barkley, who was not fully recovered from his injury, start the next game vs. Washington State (9/26) and he contributed to a 27–6 victory, passing for 247 yards and two touchdowns.

2010 Season…Barkley had surgery on his right wrist prior to 2010 spring practice to relieve stiffness and clean up inflammation…Later sprained his ankle during a loss to Oregon State (11/20)and was forced to the sideline for the Notre Dame game (11/27).

2012 Season…In the fourth quarter vs. UCLA (11/17), Barkley suffered a right shoulder sprain and was forced to miss the season finale vs. Notre Dame (11/24). On December 27th, head coach Lane Kiffin announced that Barkley would not play in the Sun Bowl vs. Georgia Tech (12/31) because of the shoulder injury, effectively ending his college football career.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.74 in the 40-yard dash…1.63 10-yard dash…2.73 20-yard dash…4.28 20-yard shuttle…

6.81 three-cone drill…31-inch vertical jump…9’1” broad jump…32 3/8-inch arm length… 9 7/8-inch hands…76 3/8-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Barkley attended Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Cal.) High School, playing football for Monarchs head coach Bruce Rollinson…The four-year starter threw for 1,685 yards and 10 touch-downs as a 2005 freshman…As a sophomore in 2006, he earned Cal-Hi Sports All-State honors while passing for 1,349 yards and eleven scores…In 2007, he was named the Gatorade Male High School Athlete of the Year and the Gatorade National Football Player of the Year (the first time a junior was ever selected for either honor), as well as winning Joe Montana Quarterback of the Year Award. He also made the USA Today All-USA second team, EA Sports All-American second team, Rivals.com Junior of the Year, Rivals.com Junior All-American first team, Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team, Cal-Hi Sports California Junior of the Year, Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclass first team, All-CIF Pac-5 Division first team, Los Angeles Times All-Star Glenn Davis Award (as the top Southern California prep football player) and Orange County Register All-Orange County Offensive MVP…That season, he completed 213-of-340 passes (62.6%) for 3,576 yards (an Orange County record) and 35 touchdowns and nine interceptions…His 2008 honors included Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, Scout.com All-American first team, ESPN 150, Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star Dream Team, MVP of the Under Armour All-American Game, Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team, Orange County Register Fab 15 first team, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Cal-Hi Sports All-State third team and All-Trinity League Co-MVP, as the senior quarterback completed 177-of-325 passes (54.5%) for 2,877 yards with 23 scores and 18 interceptions…While in high school, he was active in his church (playing guitar in the choir) and in community service (he helped build homes for the poor in Mexico, volunteered at an orphanage in South Africa and spearheaded the “Monarchs For Marines” program that raised money for the families of wounded and fallen soldiers).

 

PERSONAL

Barkley has maintained a 3.23 grade point average while majoring in Communications at Southern California, earning Academic All-Pac 10 Conference honors as a sophomore and Academic All-Pac 12 accolades as a junior and senior…Spent eleven days during his 2010 Christmas break in Nigeria visiting orphans, widows, villagers and prisoners, doing construction work, distributing supplies and gifts and sharing daily fellowship…During 2012 spring break, Barkley led a USC Trojan contingent of sixteen players that spent five days in Haiti to build houses and deliver more than 2,000 pounds of supplies for orphanages and schools as part of the efforts of Hope Force International, an organization that specializes in quick strike disaster relief. They centered their efforts around the Sous Savanne community, an area that was hard hit by the country’s catastrophic 2010 earth-quake…Barkley’s father, Les, lettered for four years (1976-79) in water polo at Southern California, captaining the Trojans his final two seasons and earning All-American second team notice in 1979… Matt’s brother, Sam, is a freshman hurdler on USC’s track team…His cousin, Robbie Boyer, was a two-year (2010-11) letterman wide receiver at USC, whose only reception as a Trojan came on a Barkley pass on the final series of the season-ending 2011 UCLA game…Born Matthew Montgomery Barkley on 9/08/90 in Newport Beach, California.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

PASSING STATISTICS
STATS ATT COMP PCT YARDS TD YD/ATT YD/CMP INT I/PCT LG GM/AVG
2009   352    211 59.94    2735  15     7.77     12.96  14  3.98  75    227.92
2010   377    236 62.60    2791  26     7.40     11.83  12  3.18  61    232.58
2011   446    308 69.06    3528  39     7.91     11.45  07  1.57  82    294.00
2012   387    246 63.57    3273  36     8.46     13.30  15  3.88  83    297.55
TOTAL 1562  1001 64.08  12327 116     7.89     12.31  48  3.07  83    262.28

 

RUSHING STATISTICS
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2009 12 12 045     -038 -0.84  02    12
2010 12 12 034     -017 -0.50  02    27
2011 12 12 028      014  0.50  02    12
2012 11 11 025     -072 -2.88  00    11
TOTAL 47 47 132     -113 -0.86  06    27

 

TOTAL OFFENSE
STATS GM PLAYS PASS RUSH YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2009 12      397    2735     -038    2697   17   6.79    224.75
2010 12      411    2791     -017    2774   28   6.75    231.17
2011 12      474    3528      014    3542   41   7.47    295.17
2012 11      412    3273     -072    3201   36   7.77    291.00
TOTAL 47    1694  12327     -113  12214 122   7.21    259.87

 

BARKLEY GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

Hawaii 09/01/12 Hawaii 49-10

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

38

23

0

372

4

0

38

372

0

2

0

0

Syracuse 09/08/12 Syracuse 42-29

Yes

2

0

17

-17

0

30

23

1

187

6

0

32

170

0

0

0

0

Stanford 09/15/12 at Stanford 14-21

Yes

5

0

34

-34

0

41

20

2

254

0

0

46

220

0

0

0

0

California 09/22/12 California 27-9

Yes

4

7

9

-2

0

34

22

2

192

2

0

38

190

0

0

0

0

Utah 10/04/12 at Utah 38-28

Yes

1

-3

0

-3

0

30

23

0

303

3

0

31

300

0

0

0

0

Washington 10/13/12 at Washington 24-14

Yes

3

7

16

-9

0

20

10

1

167

1

0

23

158

0

0

0

0

Colorado 10/20/12 Colorado 50-6

Yes

2

5

0

5

0

20

19

0

298

6

0

22

303

0

0

0

0

Arizona 10/27/12 at Arizona 36-39

Yes

3

11

7

4

0

49

31

2

493

3

1

52

497

0

1

1

2

Oregon 11/03/12 Oregon 51-62

Yes

1

0

6

-6

0

54

35

2

484

5

0

55

478

0

1

0

0

Arizona St. 11/10/12 Arizona St. 38-17

Yes

2

0

13

-13

0

33

20

3

222

3

0

35

209

0

0

0

0

UCLA 11/17/12 at UCLA 28-38

Yes

2

8

5

3

0

38

20

2

301

3

1

40

304

0

1

1

2

Notre Dame 11/24/12 Notre Dame 13-22

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

25

35

107

-72

0

387

246

15

3273

36

2

412

3201

0

5

2

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

Minnesota 09/03/11 Minnesota 19-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

45

34

0

304

3

0

45

304

0

1

0

0

Utah 09/10/11 Utah 23-14

Yes

3

4

5

-1

0

32

20

1

264

1

0

35

263

0

0

0

0

Syracuse 09/17/11 Syracuse 38-17

Yes

4

24

10

14

0

39

26

0

324

5

0

43

338

0

0

0

0

Arizona St. 09/24/11 at ASU 22-43

Yes

2

0

10

-10

0

33

21

2

227

1

0

35

217

0

0

0

0

Arizona 10/01/11 Arizona 48-41

Yes

2

2

0

2

1

39

32

1

468

4

0

41

470

1

0

0

6

California 10/13/11 at California 30-9

Yes

2

2

0

2

0

35

19

0

195

2

0

37

197

0

0

0

0

Notre Dame 10/22/11 at Notre Dame 31-17

Yes

4

19

0

19

0

35

24

0

224

3

0

39

243

0

0

0

0

Stanford 10/29/11 Stanford 48-56

Yes

1

2

0

2

0

45

28

1

284

3

0

46

286

0

0

0

0

Colorado 11/04/11 at Colorado 42-17

Yes

2

4

7

-3

0

39

25

1

318

6

0

41

315

0

0

0

0

Washington 11/12/11 Washington 40-17

Yes

4

5

8

-3

1

28

18

0

174

1

0

32

171

1

0

0

6

Oregon 11/19/11 at Oregon 38-35

Yes

3

6

8

-2

0

34

26

1

323

4

0

37

321

0

0

0

0

UCLA 11/26/11 UCLA 50-0

Yes

1

0

6

-6

0

42

35

0

423

6

1

43

417

0

1

1

2

Season Totals

28

68

54

14

2

446

308

7

3528

39

1

474

3542

2

2

1

14

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

Hawaii 09/02/10 at Hawaii 49-36

Yes

1

0

6

-6

0

23

18

0

257

5

1

24

251

0

2

1

2

Virginia 09/11/10 Virginia 17-14

Yes

3

20

19

1

0

35

20

0

202

2

0

38

203

0

0

0

0

Minnesota 09/18/10 at Minnesota 32-21

Yes

2

2

11

-9

0

26

17

2

192

2

0

28

183

0

1

0

0

Washington St. 09/25/10 at WSU 50-16

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

25

16

2

290

3

0

25

290

0

0

0

0

Washington 10/02/10 Washington 31-32

Yes

1

0

1

-1

0

20

14

0

186

0

0

21

185

0

0

0

0

Stanford 10/09/10 at Stanford 35-37

Yes

5

39

6

33

0

45

28

0

390

3

0

50

423

0

0

0

0

California 10/16/10 California 48-14

Yes

2

4

9

-5

0

37

25

0

352

5

0

39

347

0

0

0

0

Oregon 10/30/10 Oregon 32-53

Yes

4

1

18

-17

1

49

26

2

264

1

1

53

247

1

1

1

8

Arizona St. 11/06/10 Arizona St. 34-33

Yes

8

25

27

-2

0

37

26

2

215

3

0

45

213

0

0

0

0

Arizona 11/13/10 at Arizona 24-21

Yes

5

10

0

10

1

35

21

1

170

1

0

40

180

1

0

0

6

Oregon St. 11/20/10 at OSU 7-36

Yes

2

0

17

-17

0

19

10

1

75

0

0

21

58

0

0

0

0

Notre Dame 11/27/10 Notre Dame 16-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

UCLA 12/04/10 at UCLA 28-14

Yes

1

0

4

-4

0

26

15

2

198

1

0

27

194

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

34

101

118

-17

2

377

236

12

2791

26

2

411

2774

2

4

2

16

 

2009 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Passing

Total
Offense

Off
R/P

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

Att

Comp

Int

Yards

TD

Conv

Plays

Yds

TTL
TDs

Att

Made

San Jose St. 09/05/09 SJSU 56-3

Yes

3

1

6

-5

0

19

15

0

233

1

0

22

228

0

0

0

0

Ohio St. 09/12/09 at Ohio St. 18-15

Yes

7

18

10

8

0

31

15

1

195

0

1

38

203

0

1

1

2

Washington 09/19/09 at Washington 13-16

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Washington St. 09/26/09 WSU 27-6

Yes

2

5

7

-2

0

22

13

0

247

2

0

24

245

0

0

0

0

California 10/03/09 at California 30-3

Yes

3

2

8

-6

0

35

20

1

283

0

0

38

277

0

0

0

0

Notre Dame 10/17/09 at Notre Dame 34-27

Yes

4

1

18

-17

0

29

19

1

380

2

0

33

363

0

0

0

0

Oregon St. 10/24/09 Oregon St. 42-36

Yes

5

16

0

16

1

25

15

2

202

2

0

30

218

1

0

0

6

Oregon 10/31/09 at Oregon 20-47

Yes

3

5

12

-7

0

38

21

1

187

2

0

41

180

0

0

0

0

Arizona St. 11/07/09 at ASU 14-9

Yes

2

3

5

-2

0

22

7

1

112

1

0

24

110

0

0

0

0

Stanford 11/14/09 Stanford 21-55

Yes

4

1

23

-22

0

31

21

3

196

1

0

35

174

0

0

0

0

UCLA 11/28/09 UCLA 28-7

Yes

3

6

0

6

0

26

18

1

206

1

0

29

212

0

0

0

0

Arizona 12/05/09 Arizona 17-21

Yes

6

17

17

0

0

37

20

1

144

1

0

43

144

0

0

0

0

Boston College 12/26/09 Bos. Col. 24-13

Yes

3

3

10

-7

1

37

27

2

350

2

0

40

343

1

0

0

6

Season Totals

45

78

116

-38

2

352

211

14

2735

15

1

397

2697

2

1

1

14

 

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of The NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com; Tony Softli Draft Board