Anu Solomon medically withdrew from Baylor in October 2017 due to concussion symptoms, but will still participate in Baylor’s Pro Day, according to multiple reports.
Baylor Football’s Pro Day is set for this coming Monday, here’s a list of those participating. pic.twitter.com/wzwM0FZ5OV
— Taylor Williamson (@TBWilliamson) March 22, 2018
At Baylor, Solomon only appeared in two games, and have a 43.6 completion percentage in a struggling Bear offense. In total, he threw for 399 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions.
Previously, Solomon started for Arizona as a freshman, amassing 6,910 passing yards, 49 touchdowns, and 16 interceptions over his stint with the Wildcats.
He transferred to Baylor under the NCAA’s graduate transfer rule, and won the starting job during Matt Rhule’s first season as head coach, 2017. He only started two games for Baylor, against Liberty and UTSA. Baylor lost both of those games en route to a 1-11 season.
Solomon will apparently test his NFL stock at Baylor as opposed to Arizona.
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