- Named to 2023 Maxwell Award Watch List
- Parents are Max Slovis and Lisa Slovis
- Graduated from USC with bachelor's degree in communications
- Transfer from Pittsburgh/USC
- Has played in 38 games, starting 37, over four years (USC 2019-21, Pitt 2022)
- Career stat line of 836-of-1,268 (66%) for 9,973 yards and 68 touchdowns to 33 interceptions
- 9,973 career passing yards rank No. 13 among active quarterbacks in the FBS
- Went 184-of-315 (58%) for 2,397 yards and 10 touchdowns to nine interceptions with Pitt in 2022
- Made his Panther debut in a rivalry game against West Virginia, leading Pitt to a 38-31 win. Slovis threw for 308 yards and a score against the Mountaineers
- Finished his three years at USC with 7,576 passing yards, seventh all-time at USC.
- His 58 career touchdown passes for the Trojans ranks No. 5 in school history.
- Five 400-yard passing games at USC are a Trojan record and his
- 515-yard game as a freshman set another school record.
- Completed 282-of-392 passes (72%) for 3,502 yards and 30 touchdowns to nine interceptions with USC in 2019
- 2019 Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year
- AP Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year and made All-Pac-12 honorable mention.
- 2019 FWAA National Freshman of the Year semifinalist and made the FWAA Freshman All-American first team and Pro Football Focus Freshman All-American third team
- Started for USC in 30-27 (OT) loss at BYU on Sept. 14, 2019
- In 2020, a shortened pandemic season, Slovis, a team captain, started all 6 games, and completed 67.0 percent of his passes for 1,921 yards with 17 TDs and seven interceptions.
- He ranked first nationally in completions per game (29.5), sixth in passing yards per game (320.2), 13th in total offense (310.7) and 18th in completion percentage (.670).
- He was named to the 2020 All-Pac-12 First Team, AP All-Pac-12 First Team, Phil Steele All-Pac-12 First Team.
- Signed with USC in 2019
- Rated a three-star prospect out of Desert Mountain High School in class of 2019 (247sports)
- Ranked No. 13 overall prospect in Arizona in class of 2019 (247sports)
- Ranked No. 26 nationally among pro-style quarterbacks in class of 2019 (247sports)
- Also recruited by NC State, Oregon State, SMU and San Jose State out of high school
BYU Hall of Fame
Senior Year 2023
Medical Redshirt Year
Maxwell Award watchlist 2023 Slovis and Robbins