Mitch Kidd (born June 26, 1995) is a professional American football quarterback for the Columbus Lions of the NAL (National Arena League). He played college football at the University of Redlands.
Kidd played high school football at Palma School in Salinas, California. After attending Monterey Peninsula College and De Anza College he transferred to the University of Redlands for his junior year in 2016. With Kidd the Redlands Bulldogs went 8-1 winning a conference title scoring 40 points per game with 450 yards a game. Redlands made the college football playoffs for the first time in 5 years. Kidd hit the record books with top 5 in passing touchdowns and completion percentage and top 10 in passing yards in school history that season. The offense was third in school history for touchdowns scored, and top 5 in school history for yards. At the University of Redlands Kidd was a semi finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy which is considered the "academic Heisman" awarded to the best student athlete on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.
Upon graduation from the University of Redlands Kidd was signed to the Columbus Lions for the 2019 season. In his only start before injuring his wrist Kidd threw 4 touchdowns and was the Lions player of the week.
|No. 10 - Columbus Lions|
|High School: Palma School|
|College: University of Redlands|
|Professional: Columbus Lions (2019)|
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