Keller Chryst Chooses Stanford, Which Means What?

No surprise that top QB Keller Chryst committed to Stanford today. He is from Palo Alto and has Stanford ties. But what does that mean? Maybe nothing. Quarterback Josh Rosen, from the Class of 2015, said Friday that Stanford is still his top choice despite Chryst’s commitment. And USC has yet to offer Rosen despite his performance this week at the Rising Stars Camp.

USC is expected to offer Rosen a scholarship next month. But whether they do or not is obviously influenced by the commitment of the Baby Quarterback (David Sills) and the chance Max Wittek or Cody Kessler could potentially transfer if they do not start next season.

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  • Trojan Hoarse

    Obviously. .. …

  • Trojan Hoarse

    So how do you think Ryan Burns feels about this, Wolf?

    • TrojanFan

      motivation!!!!

  • rusoviet

    Uhh save for Luck what other ‘Indian’ opps my bad I meant ‘red bird’ has played in the NFL and don’t give me Luck or the real con artist, John ‘Baby Huey Elway… anyone but U Clowns Lost Again and the fruitopians in Palo Alto – “…don’t touch me there….don;t touch me there…..oh you bad boy….stop….please….I’m a Leland Stanford man…. and I love it….

    • marvgoux1

      Jim Plunkett? John Brodie?

      • ThaiMex

        Guy Benjamin, Don Bunce, and Steve Dils were as good (or better) than “Dirty” Sanchez, Barfy, or Palmer. Degree from Stanford or Paper from the Diploma Factory?

        You Make The Call!!!!!
        fit UN U Stupid Cheaters (torgans)!

        • TrojanFan

          Interesting!!! Did you actually watch any of the Stanford guys play.

  • TrojanFan

    Thanks for the update

    semantics!

  • sfdistr11

    I’m not sure how this will affect Josh Rosen’s decision. Obviously, any highly regarded recruit is hopeful of immediate playing time. However, Josh Rosen is reportedly a 4.0+ GPA student at St. John Bosco High School and may be looking at a university which offers him the greatest academic challenge. The combination of Stanford’s academic reputation and football program may be too much for him to pass up.