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    Anthony Neyer
    Anthony Neyer

    Class:
    RS Senior

    Hometown:
    Palm Desert, CA

    Last College:
    Xavier College Prep/Los Angeles Pierce JC/Idaho

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 205

    Position:
    QB

    Birthdate:
    09/03/1992

    Experience:
    SQ

    10/16/2013

    Football Provides a Force of Hope

    Eleven athletes deliver posters and smiles to Children's Hospital LA.

    2014: Neyer will serve as a reserve walk-on senior quarterback in 2014.

    2013:Neyer, who spent the 2010 and 2011 seasons as a walk-on quarterback at USC before moving on briefly to Los Angeles Pierce Junior College and Idaho, returned to USC in the fall of 2013 as a junior walk-on reserve quarterback. He did not see any action in 2013.

    IDAHO: He participated in 2013 spring practice at Idaho.

    JUNIOR COLLEGE: He spent the fall of 2012 as a sophomore backup quarterback at Los Angeles Pierce Junior College after transferring from USC. He completed 32-of-65 passes (49.2%) for 422 yards with 2 TDs and 3 interceptions while appearing in 7 games. Pierce was 9-2 in 2012 and won the Patriotic Bowl. Current Trojan Gerald Bowman also attended Los Angeles Pierce.

    USC: He was a walk-on quarterback as a redshirt freshman in 2011. He appeared in 1 game (Washington) for 1 snap as a wideout. He joined the USC team in the fall of 2010 as a first-year freshman walk-on quarterback, but he did not see any action in 2010.

    HIGH SCHOOL: He completed 99-of-191 passes (51.8%) for 1,466 yards, 19 TDs and 12 interceptions, plus ran for 115 yards with 4 TDs, as a senior quarterback in 2009 at Xavier College Prep in Palm Desert (Calif.). He also had 68 tackles and 2 interceptions as a linebacker and punted 23 times in 2009.

    He did not play as a 2008 junior.

    As a 2007 sophomore, he played 8-man football at Desert Christian School in Bermuda Dunes (Calif.).

    PERSONAL: He is a communication major at USC. In the spring of 2014, he organized "Spring to Action" to expose local youngsters to USC through student-athlete-led tours, talks and sport clinics.