Seahawks invite former Ohio State QB Kory Curtis to rookie minicamp

The Seahawks are mulling their options at quarterback as they move towards the 2024 NFL draft.

In addition to visits with several QB prospects in the upcoming draft, including multiple meetings with Michigan’s JJ McCarthy, Oregon’s Bo Nix, UCF’s Johny Rhys Plumlee and Spencer Rattler from South Carolina, the team has also invited former Ohio State quarterback Kory Curtis to their rookie minicamp.

Curtis never actually got on the field for the Buckeyes, so he transferred to Bryant, and then to DII school Gannon, where he started two years, throwing 47 touchdowns and 11 picks total.

Since then Curtis has been playing in the arena league. Here are some college highlights he shared.


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