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    Thumbs up Huksers Offer Texas High School QB Devante Kincade

    Tim Beck may have found another gem....no offer yet, but don't be surprised if one comes soon.....Illnois and Notre dame already have their class QBs so I would think are not in this....
    looks like K-State is his #1 school right now....I suspect we could change that...

    Sure helps that Coach Beck has those Texas High School connections having coached at that level in that state....

    Dual-Threat Quarterback
    Dallas, Texas
    Skyline High School
    Ht:6'0"
    Wt:175 lbs
    40:4.68 secs
    Class:2013 (High School)
    Offers: Colorado, Illinois, Kansas State, Minnesota, Notre Dame, SMU
    Scout 4-star, Rivals: 3-star, ESPN 3-star, 247 3-star

    EDIT: Jr Highlights (Very strong and accurate arm) here: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/70360/#highlights/1936374


    Reminds me allot of Tommy Armstrong on film.... Good thrower both in the pocket and on the run and a really good runner....the complete package...

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    Skyline's Devante Kincade lights up the Elite 11 quarterback camp

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    Competing against some of the nation's best, Skyline junior quarterback Devante Kincade was named the Elite 11 MVP, impressing a throng of talent evaluators with good arm strength and accurate deep balls. With the MVP award, Kincade will be invited to the national Elite 11 camp, held in Redondo Beach, Calif. in July.

    "It feels great, and I just thank God," Kincade told ESPN recruiting analyst Damon Sayles. "All the hard work has paid off."
    http://highschoolsportsblog.dallasne...-up-the-e.html
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    Dallas Skyline tradition in good hands

    Story on him at the start of his Jr season:

    A lot of what he does is all natural," Ra'Shaad Samples said of Kincade. "Once he starts going to camps and working with the big-time trainers, it's going to be crazy. You don't find too many quarterbacks with a lot of natural talent like he has. You don't find guys who are pass-first guys who can run."
    http://espn.go.com/college-sports/re...dallas-skyline
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    I can't always tell which one he is, they keep switching uniform colors!

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    2011 stats:

    Passing: 186 for 263 passing for 3,270 yards and 37 touchdowns/8 ints.

    Running: 131 rushes for 857 yards
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Reign View Post
    2011 stats:
    this kid is a player, with stats like this. 71% completion 6.5 ypc on the ground....... Bailey who?

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    coaches are busy

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    Bailey who?

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    Wait... so the sky is not falling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuttoHusker View Post
    Wait... so the sky is not falling?
    Oh it will...it will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Reign View Post
    Tim Beck may have found another gem....no offer yet, but don't be surprised if one comes soon.....Illnois and Notre dame already have their class QBs so I would think are not in this....
    looks like K-State is his #1 school right now....I suspect we could change that...

    Sure helps that Coach Beck has those Texas High School connections having coached at that level in that state....




    EDIT: Jr Highlights (Very strong and accurate arm) here: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/70360/#highlights/1936374


    Reminds me allot of Tommy Armstrong on film.... Good thrower both in the pocket and on the run and a really good runner....the complete package...

    Red.. Are you sure your not actually one of the Husker coaches? You are a wealth of information and I for one love it. Thanks.

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    Guess we will see on this one....suspect we will have some serious competition if we offer him....
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    Not trying to through a wrench into the machine, but did anyone notice his delivery at the 1:10 mark? Does anyone else think that one was a little strange? Just wondering.

    Thanks, Reign. You're a magician.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedEd View Post
    Not trying to through a wrench into the machine, but did anyone notice his delivery at the 1:10 mark? Does anyone else think that one was a little strange? Just wondering.

    Thanks, Reign. You're a magician.
    Ya. Look at it again. His lineman's leg came back on him and if he would have planted his left foot...he probably would have twisted it up. (Pretty good pocket awareness if you ask me...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hskrdavey View Post
    Ya. Look at it again. His lineman's leg came back on him and if he would have planted his left foot...he probably would have twisted it up. (Pretty good pocket awareness if you ask me...)
    Yeah, I see that. He had great peripheral vision and compensated very well for his perception of space limits. Very good "feel" for the space and circumstance he had. Thanks, good pick-up.





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