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Name: Kevin Thomson (Transfer from Sacramento State/UNLV)
College: Washington     Number: 7
Height: 6-1   Weight: 200
Position: QB  Pos2: ATH
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2021

40 Low: 4.52
   40 Time: 4.62
  40 High: 4.72
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Dates: 03/19/19
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 Data Scout Notes: **2019: OPOYC/1stC...WalterPaytonAwardWatchlistAdd...2* UNLV Transfer...2015: NAC...2014: RS

 Kevin Thomson, Washington, Player News

  06/19/20 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  Kevin Thomson had other opportunities. According to Taylor Barton - a UW quarterback in 2001 and 2002 who since founded the Alliance QB Academy and has worked with Thomson for nearly 10 years - the former Sacramento State QB had an offer from a Power Five program "where day one walking in he was taking reps with the ones." Instead, Thomson - an Auburn native and Riverside High alum - announced a graduate transfer to Washington on Wednesday. And don't get it twisted: an opportunity is all this is. "It was, 'You're going to have an equal opportunity to compete for the starting job,' " Barton said of UW's pitch. "I love the fact that coach (Jimmy) Lake and his staff didn't guarantee a job. That would not be fair to the guys there. That would be a bad look. But for Kevin, it tells you how much he wants to play for UW. Here's a kid that grew up in the state, watched them growing up and now has an opportunity. He proved he can be a big-time player at a Division I level like the FCS and the Big Sky. But obviously he wants to prove he can do it at the FBS level.

"So the chance to do those two things - play for the hometown school at the highest level, and have a really legitimate chance to compete for the starting job - I just think that was too good for him to pass up. I think he could have taken an easier route, but he didn't. That should make Husky fans very excited, that you have a guy that's willing to come in and pass up other opportunities to take this because he wants it that much and he believes in himself that much." - Seattle Times


(DS#36 QB) rSr/2021 QB Kevin ThomsonWashington
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  06/18/20 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  The Huskies bolstered their quarterback room Wednesday with the addition of Kevin Thomson, a graduate transfer from Sacramento State and the Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year in 2019. Thomson joins a position group that includes sophomore Jacob Sirmon, redshirt freshman Dylan Morris and recruit Ethan Garbers. The Huskies now have more QB options, but no more QB clarity. One is a graduate transfer, and three have either zero or limited college experience. Plus, the offensive coordinator (John Donovan) is new. And so is the head coach (Jimmy Lake). Anytime a touted Big Sky quarterback joins the Pac-12, a hopeful comparison to Vernon Adams - the former Eastern Washington star who led Oregon to nine wins - is sure to follow.

But there are just as many, if not more instances of Big Sky quarterbacks not making a positive contribution in the Pac-12 and turning into Dakota Prukop, the lauded Montana State transfer who didn't win the starting job in Eugene the year after Adams flourished. We don't know if Thomson will be Adams or Prukop or someone in between. But at first glance, his accuracy should be a point of concern for UW. In three seasons with Sac State, against Big Sky competition, Thomson never completed more than 59 percent of his passes, and his career percentage was just 57.3. - Oakland Tribune


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  06/17/20 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  Washington may have found its quarterback for the upcoming season after Kevin Thomson, the 2019 Big Sky Conference offensive player of the year, joined the Huskies as a graduate transfer. Washington announced Thomson's signing to a financial aid agreement Wednesday. Thomson was a third-team AP All-American at the FCS level last season, when he led Sacramento State to the second round of the FCS playoffs. Thomson finished tied for third in voting for the Walter Payton Award as the top offensive player in the country at the FCS level. Thomson threw for 3,216 yards and 27 touchdowns, and added another 619 yards rushing and 12 TDs last season. He is a 2014 graduate of Auburn Riverside High School outside of Seattle and started his career at UNLV before transferring to Sacramento State. - AP College Football

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  06/13/20 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  Sacramento State star quarterback Kevin Thomson is leaving the program with a season of eligibility remaining by entering the transfer portal. His aim is to land on an Football Bowl Subdivision program and get drafted into the NFL, though the latter could have happened had he remained with the Hornets. - The Sacramento Bee

(DS#36 QB) rSr/2021 QB Kevin ThomsonWashington
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  12/09/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  2019 WALTER PAYTON AWARD FINALIST: Sacramento State junior quarterback Kevin Thomson led Sacramento State, the Big Sky co-champ and a first-time playoff qualifier, to the finest season in its FCS history. The conference's offensive player of the year ranks fifth nationally in total offense (319.6 yards per game) and points responsible for (236). He accounted for 39 touchdowns in 12 games. - STATS FCS Football

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  11/27/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  2019 ALL-BIG SKY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Quarterback Kevin Thomson, Junior, Sacramento State,...Thomson was the lone quarterback named to the first team and became the first Hornet QB to earn the honor. He also joins former All-America running back Charles Roberts (1999 & 2000) as the only Sacramento State players to be named the Big Sky Offensive Player of the Year. This season, Thomson had 3,442 yards of total offense in 11 games for an average of 312.9 yards which ranked seventh in the FCS.<p>

He accounted for 35 total touchdowns with 25 passing and 10 rushing and his 19.3 points responsible for per game ranked second in the league. He threw for over 300 yards in five games and rushed for 100 yards in a pair of contests. He wrapped up the regular season by doing both against UC Davis with a 300 passing yards and 116 rushing yards to mark just the second time a player has had 300/100 in school history. The junior had five games where he accounted for at least five touchdowns rushing and passing and his 10 rushing scores tied the record by a Hornet quarterback in a season. - Sacramento State Football


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  11/26/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  2019 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Kevin Thomson, QB, Sacramento State,...Sacramento State quarterback Kevin Thomson, a finalist for the Walter Payton Award, has earned the league's Offensive Player of the Year honor. It is the first time since 2000 and the third time overall that a Hornet has received the award. Thomson guided Sacramento State to a share of the Big Sky title and an FCS Playoff berth - the first in school history. The dual-threat quarterback completed 244 of 397 passes for 2,910 passing yards. He completed 25 touchdown passes and averaged 264.5 yards per game. The junior also rushed for 532 yards - second-most on the team - and the led the Hornets with 10 rushing touchdowns. - Big Sky Football

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  11/24/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  The Sacramento State football team will have its season continue as it earned its first berth in to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The Hornets received the fourth seed and will face the winner of Austin Peay and Furman on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Hornet Stadium at 6 p.m. Sacramento State finished the regular season with a 9-3 overall record and tied for the Big Sky Conference title with a 7-1 mark. Both records were the best in school history. The Hornets capped the regular season with a 27-17 win over UC Davis as the team won seven of their final eight games. The Big Sky Conference had four of the top six seeds with Weber State coming in at No. 3, Montana State at No. 5 and Montana at No. 6. If Sacramento State and Montana State both win, it would set up a rematch between the teams in the quarterfinals.

The Hornets last played in the postseason in 1988 as part of the NCAA Div. II playoffs. That year, Sacramento State defeated UC Davis in the first round, knocked off North Carolina Central in the second round before falling at North Dakota State in the semifnals. Sacramento State also moved up to No. 3 in the final STATS FCS Top 25 of the regular season. The team has now been ranked for seven consecutive weeks and the No. 3 ranking is the highest in program history. - Sacramento State Football


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  11/23/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  Kevin Thomson passed for 300 yards and ran for 116 yards to help Sacramento State clinch a share of the Big Sky Conference title with a 27-17 win over UC Davis on Saturday. The Hornets (9-3, 7-1), ranked fourth in the FCS Coaches Poll, scored the last 24 points of the game after falling behind 17-3 in the second quarter. Sacramento State shares the title with Weber State, which beat the Hornets 36-17 on Nov. 2. With the head-to-head tiebreaker, Weber State automatically qualified for the FCS playoffs while Sacramento State is in line for an at-large berth.

Thomson threw a TD pass and ran for two more scores. His 3-yard TD run with 2:46 left in the second quarter cut the deficit to 17-10. His 51-yard TD pass to Marshel Martin gave the Hornets a 20-17 lead with 11:51 left in the fourth and his 33-yard keeper capped the scoring with 3:04 left. Jake Maier passed for 227 yards, one touchdown and one interception for the Aggies (5-7, 3-5). Khris Vaughn caught six passes for 135 yards, including a 76-yard TD catch on UC Davis' second possession of the game. Da'Von Frazier intercepted Thomson's pass and returned it for a touchdown to make it 17-3 with 6:47 left in the second. - Sacramento State/AP College Football


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  11/11/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  2019 WALTER PAYTON AWARD WATCHLIST ADDITION: QB Kevin Thomson, Sacramento State,...Thomson is in the midst of a remarkable season in which he's thrown for 2,423 yards and 24 touchdowns and rushed for 413 yards and seven scores. The junior is already third in school history for single-season touchdown passes, tied for third in single-season touchdowns responsible for, sixth in single-season completions and seventh in single-season yards. Thomson's efforts have helped Sacramento State become a top 10 program in the FCS. The Hornets are currently 6-2 overall and 4-1 in the Big Sky Conference for their best start in the school's Div. I era. Thomson has thrown three or more touchdowns in six of the team's eight games, including a career-high five in the team's 50-0 win over Northern Colorado. He has four games this year where he's accounted for at least five touchdowns passing and running. - Sacramento State/STATS FCS Football

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  10/22/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  OCT 21 BIG SKY CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kevin Thomson guided No. 15/17 Sacramento State to its third straight victory over a Top 25 program. Thomson and the Hornets topped No. 5/6 Montana 49-22 at home. After trailing 7-0 to start the game, the Hornets scored two minutes later to take the lead and never trailed again. Thomson rushed for two touchdowns and added four touchdown passes to seal the win for Sacramento State. Other Nominees, Offense: Duy Tran-Sampson, CP; Jake Maier, UCD; Sirgeo Hoffman, PSU; Landon Measom, SUU; Jeff Cotton, UI; Jacob Knipp, UNC. - Big Sky Conference Football

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  10/22/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  In front of one of the largest crowds in Hornet Stadium history, Sacramento State completely dominated then-No. 6 Montana, 49-22, to jump from No. 17 to No. 8 in this week's AFCA FCS Coaches' Top 25 Poll. Montana was the third straight ranked opponent that Sacramento State has beaten in as many weeks. The Hornets are 3-0 in Big Sky Conference play for the first time in school history. North Dakota State still sits No. 1 after a 22-0 blanking of Missouri State. The Bison will take part in one of four Top 25 matchups this coming weekend as they travel to No. 3 South Dakota State. The winner will be in sole possession of first place in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

The rest of the Top 25 matchups include No. 2 James Madison playing host to No. 17 Towson while No. 5 Weber State travels to No. 22 UC Davis. The final matchup sees No. 10 Central Arkansas hosting No. 25 Sam Houston State. The Bearcats jumped back into the poll this week after upsetting then-No. 9 Nicholls, 17-0. The other two newcomers to this week's poll are No. 23 Florida A&M and No. 24 Central Connecticut State. The Rattlers took down then-No. 11 North Carolina A&T, 34-31, in overtime, to assure their spot in the Top 25. - American Football Coaches Association


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  10/22/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  OCT 21 STATS FCS NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kevin Thomson, Sacramento State, QB, Jr., 6-2, 200, Auburn, Washington,...Thomson may as well been Homecoming king considering how he controlled Sac State's 49-22 Big Sky rout of then-No. 5 Montana, setting career highs in passing yards (369) and total offensive yards (419) and accounting for six touchdowns (four passing, two rushing). He completed 24-of-34 passes for 369 yards and a 194.7 quarterback rating, and carried the ball 16 times for 50 yards. Honorable Mention: Jacob Birmelin, WR/PR, Princeton; Josh Davis, RB, Weber State; Wesley Dugger, RB, Davidson; Isaiah Hill, WR, Eastern Illinois; Sirgeo Hoffman, RB, Portland State; Shane Leatherbury, WR, Towson; Glendon McDaniel, QB, Southern; Isaiah Weston, WR, Northern Iowa; Aaron Winchester, QB, Central Connecticut State. - STATS FCS Football

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  10/20/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  Kevin Thomson accounted for six touchdowns to lead Sacramento State to a 49-22 rout of Montana on Saturday night. The 15th-ranked Hornets (5-2, 3-0) are tied with Weber State atop the Big Sky Conference standings. No. 5 Montana (5-2, 2-1) had its three-game win streak snapped. Thomson was 24-of-34 passing for 369 yards and threw four touchdowns passes to four separate receivers. He added 50 yards on the ground on 16 carries with a pair of touchdown runs.

Pierre Williams had 153 yards receiving and Elijah Dotson added 124 yards, and each had eight catches with a touchdown. Dalton Sneed was 15 of 25 for 140 yards and threw two interceptions for the Grizzlies. Jerry Louie-McGee scored on a 64-yard run two minutes into the game for Montana. Sneed's 19-yard touchdown run pulled the Grizzlies to 18-15 early in the second quarter before the Hornets ran away and capped the scoring with Thomson's 39-yard TD pass to Dotson with 14 seconds left in the third. - AP College Football


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  10/15/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  OCT 14 BIG SKY OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kevin Thomson quarterbacked Sacramento State to a 34-21 win over No. 6 Montana State on the road, handing the Bobcats their first FCS loss of the season. The junior completed 23-of-30 passes during the game to help the Hornets to a win over their highest-ranked opponent in school history. In the Hornets' first win against Montana State in Bozeman since 1991, Thomson threw for 260 yards and completed touchdown passes of 7, 6 and 26 yards. He rushed for a team-high of 74 yards and ran for a pair of scores. Thomson was involved on every scoring play for the Hornets in the victory. Other Nominees, Offense: Jake Maier, UCD; Davis Alexander, PSU; Landen Measom, SUU; Eric Barriere, EWU; Milo Hall, UNC; Kevin Smith, WSU; Matt Struck, ISU. - Big Sky Conference Football

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  10/12/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  Kevin Thomson threw three touchdown passes and ran for two scores and Sacramento State beat Montana State 34-21 on Saturday. Thomson finished with 260 yards passing and 74 yards rushing. He ran for the Hornets' first two scores, then passed for the next three to three different receivers. The Hornets (4-2, 2-0 Big Sky) scored twice in the third quarter to take control of the game. Montana State drove to the Hornets' 1 with just under 10 minutes to play but was stopped. The Bobcats (2-1, 5-2) were unable to get stops on third down all game as Thomson and the Hornets converted on 9 of 11 until midway through the fourth quarter. MSU also came away empty on three trips inside the Sacramento State 22.

Linebacker Miguel Garcia picked off a Tucker Rovig pass on MSU's opening drive and Jeremy Harris dropped Travis Jonsen for a 5-yard loss on the next MSU possession as the Hornets' defense set the tone early. Rovig finished with 262 yards passing for MSU, while Logan Jones led the way rushing with 60 yards on six carries. Travis Jonsen had 109 yards receiving and ran for 55 while Kevin Kassis gained 119 yards on six catches. Elijah Dotson had 76 yards on six catches for the Hornets. - AP College Football


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  10/06/19 - QB Kevin ThomsonrSr/2021, Washington, 6-1, 200 (DS#36 QB) + More +

  Kevin Thomson passed for 315 yards and three touchdowns and ran for two more TDs to help Sacramento State beat Eastern Washington 48-27 on Saturday night. Thomson scored for the Hornets (3-2, 1-0 Big Sky Conference) on a 2-yard keeper to make it 41-27 with 6:16 left in the game. The Eagles (2-4, 1-1) drove to the 16 but Dariyn Choates strip sacked Eric Barriere and George Obinna recovered and returned it 66 yards for the Hornets' second defensive touchdown with 2:18 left in the game.

Miguel Garcia intercepted Barriere's pass and returned it 27 yards to make it 21-7 with 14 seconds left in the first quarter. Elijah Dotson ran 16 times for 102 yards and caught six passes for 47 yards and a score for Sacramento State. Isaiah Gable had seven receptions for 104 yards and a TD. Barriere passed for 309 yards and two TDs and ran for 103 yards and a score for Eastern Washington. Jayson Williams had seven catches for 120 yards and a TD. - AP College Football


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