Thursday, July 7, 2016
JACKSON, Mississippi -- There were a few opposing quarterbacks who had their way with Jackson State's defense in 2015.
The Tigers will face some more dangerous signal callers this fall, which will be Tony Hughes' first as JSU's coach.
In preparation of those challenges, The Clarion-Ledger has decided to take a look at the top five quarterbacks the Tigers will face in 2016.
5. DeVante Kincade, Grambling: DeVante Kincade originally attended Ole Miss, but announced his intention to transfer to Grambling in January. He was a three-star dual-threat prospect coming out of high school, but couldn't find much playing time with the Rebels. Kincade, who attended Skyline High in Dallas, is slated to replace SWAC Offensive Player of the Year Jonathan Williams. The return of Martez Carter and Jestin Kelly at running back and Chad Williams at receiver provide Kincade with plenty of weapons with which to work.