Jarrett Guarantano is an American football quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Tennessee and Washington State.
He sat through his first campaign (2016) to gain experience and learn from veteran teammate Joshua Dobbs.
In his second season, he started six games and played in nine total. He threw for 997 yards and four touchdowns with a 62.0 completion %.
When he was a sophomore, he started all 12 games and threw for 1,907 yards, 12 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions (the lowest since Condredge Holloway who had also three picks in 1972).
He threw 166 passes in a row without an interception, which is more than the previous record of 143 established by Casey Clausen in 2003.
He started seven games and played in all thirteen as a junior, throwing for 2,158 yards and 16 touchdowns. His throwing wrist was broken in a game against South Carolina, but he still managed to play every game after that.
The 2020 season was cut short because of the COVID-19 epidemic, yet in those seven games, he passed for 1,112 yards, six touchdowns, and four interceptions.
What Happened To Jarrett Guarantano: What Is Jarrett Guarantano Doing Now?
Due to a knee injury, he sustained in the first game, Jarrett Guarantano played in a total of only two games for the Cougars during the previous season.
After sitting out in 2016, Guarantano was a member of the Volunteers’ roster from 2017 to 2020. After the conclusion of the 2020 season, Guarantano made the move to Washington State.