At Princeton — 2015: became first Princeton quarterback since Chad Roghair (1991) to win his first four collegiate starts … threw for 2,295 yards in first season as starter; total is sixth-most in Princeton history … completed 57.2 percent of passes and had eight touchdown throws … threw for 338 yards and three touchdowns against Yale; added 321-yard game at Yale … completed season-long pass of 63 yards against Columbia … posted season-best 41 rushing yards against Colgate. 2014: missed entire season due to injury. 2013: earned the Donold B. Lourie Award as the top offensive freshman … saw time late in victories over both Columbia and Cornell, though did not attempt a pass.
At Harvard Westlake — ranked 14th nationally among dual-threat quarterbacks by ESPN.com … named first-team All-CIF quarterback senior year … Co-Mission League Offensive MVP … two-time first-team all-league selection … threw for 3,400 yards and 38 touchdowns with a 63% completion rate senior year … recorded 85 career touchdowns (passing and rushing) … team captain … also played basketball and volleyball … helped team win CIF championship in basketball sophomore year … second-team All-CIF honoree … National AP Scholar with Distinction … CIF Scholar-Athlete Award recipient … San Fernando Valley Scholar-Athlete Award recipient … voted Best Male Athlete at Harvard Westlake.
Personal — born Oct. 6, 1994 … son of Chris and Mary Ellen Kanoff … father is an investment banker; mother is a corporate lawyer … has two older sisters, Katherine and Christine, and a younger brother James … enjoys music, basketball and surfing.
|Hometown:||Pacific Palisades, Calif.|
|High School:||Harvard Westlake|