Carson Palmer - Arizona Cardinals

In 2 years as the starting QB for Santa Margarita Carson lived a fairy tale life. He finished his High School career with 27 school records. He was All-Everything and finished by having his jersey retired after being named the Division V Co-Offensive MVP and 2 straight CIF championships.

Carson received a full scholarship to USC where he went on to break many of USC's passing records. Carson won the Heisman Trophy for the top collegiate football player in the nation. After leading USC to a regular season record of 10-2 and a ranking of 4th in the nation, Carson was named the CNNSI College Football Player of the year, CNNSI 1st Team All-American, Football Writers Association of America's 1st Team All-American, CBS Sportsline.com 1st Team All-American, ESPN.com 1st Team All-American, Pac-10 Co-Offensive Player of the Year, USC's Most Valuable Player, and also won the prestigious Unitas Golden Arm Award given to the top Sr. Quarterback in the nation.

Carson went on to play for the Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders and Phoenix Cardinals in the NFL.


Photos & Articles

- Photo Gallery
- Carson chooses Cardinals
- Wikipedia

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- Carson Palmer Draft Profile

- Photo Gallery
- Palmer wins Heisman
- Palmer wins Heisman & Everything

- Photo Gallery
- Dad sacrificed so Palmer could be #1
- Carson Palmer USC & PAC-10 Records
- A Thrower from the start
- Carson Palmer Growing up
- OC Coaches Jubilant
- Home Grown Talent
- Finally finding stardom
- The Star QBs are coming on
- Carson Palmer CNN (QuickTime 5.6MB)
- Palmer thinks new offense is a perfect fit
- 2000 USC Bio
- Trojans have found their man
- Battle of LA
- Q & A with Carson Palmer 1
- Q & A with Carson Palmer 2
- Q & A with Carson Palmer 3
- Q & A with Carson Palmer 4
- Carson's USC Stats as of 2001

- Carson's 1997 Bio page
- Carson's 1996 Photo page