Sanchez was born & raised in Southern California. As a high school quarterback at Mission Viejo High School, he was named football player of the year by several major college recruiting services and was considered the top quarterback in the nation coming out of high school in 2005. He chose to go to USC, where he rose to starting quarterback his redshirt junior season. Because of his heritage, Sanchez acquired himself thrust into the spotlight as a symbol of Mexican-American identity and a role model for children. In his single season as the starting quarterback, Sanchez led the Trojans to a 12–1 season & No. 2 ranking in the Coaches Poll & No. 3 in the AP Poll, while capturing the 2009 Rose Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player award. After initially showing interest in staying for his final season of eligibility, he became the 1st USC quarterback since Todd Marinovich after the 1990 season to leave school w/ remaining eligibility to enter to the NFL Draft, although because of his redshirt season he had accumulated sufficient credits to graduate and left the USC campus with a bachelor’s degree in Communications.
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On February 2, 2010, Sanchez elected to have surgery to repair the patella ligament in his left knee that he primitively injured back when he did for USC. The surgery would be successful. Sanchez was expected to miss early exercises and return in time for training camp however Sanchez would quickly recover from the surgery and would participate in team drills during OTA’s. For precautionary reasons, Sanchez will wear a protective knee brace during the season. On September 19, 2010, against the New England Patriots Sanchez went 21/30 while throwing for 3 passing touchdowns, both career highs. Sanchez also recorded a passer rating of 124.3. The next week against the Miami Dolphins Sanchez again threw for 3 touchdowns.
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