While Hinton lacks ideal size at 6-foot and 185 pounds, he makes up for it in other areas. For starters, he is very accurate. Hinton can fit the ball into tight windows and also has nice touch on the deep ball. He also showed great poise and intelligence.
Kelvin Hopkins, 2015 QB, Charlotte (N.C.) Independence
Not the biggest guy, but Army is getting a steal in Hopkins. He can make the throws and he displayed a strong arm and his deep balls were very impressive. He is a believer in his talent and many others should be too.
Austin Kendall, 2016 QB, Charlotte (N.C.) Charlotte Christian
Threw a nice ball much of the day. He did have a couple that got away from him, but he is such a smart quarterback, he really made good reads, and he is going to be one of the best in 2016.
Avery McCall, 2016 QB, Dillon (S.C.)
McCall has a big arm and made several nice throws. He plays with confidence and makes good decisions. McCall also showed good mechanics and a quick release. There is no doubt that he will be one signal-callers in the 2016 class.
Anthony Ratliff, 2015 QB, Matthews (N.C.) Butler
Ratliff showed why he recently added a fourth-star. The North Carolina commit is very athletic and can make all the throws. He is also a leader and has a high football I.Q. On top of all that, he is a prospect with a huge upside, and has the potential to become a special player when he gets to Chapel Hill.
Chad Simmons, John Garcia and Scott Kennedy contributed to this feature.
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