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New interest for NC QB
Pinkney, who wants to be recruited as a quarterback at the next level, has enough athletic ability to play any of five positions. However, he is sticking at just the quarterback position in high school and his team will rely heavily on him for this season.
"We have a lot of first-year kids at the skill positions. We are just in the non-conference schedule now, but once we get to the conference part we will get better. I think that when we get our first win, it will turn everything around."
Last season, Pinkney amassed 1600 yards of total offense and 17 touchdowns as a Junior.
(Pine Forest HS)
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