Grambling State might have the FCS label attached to it — which used to come with the connotation of lesser talent — but its roster isn’t necessarily filled with small-college recruits.
As DeVante Kincade scrambled around the pocket, and picked apart Arizona’s defense in the first half, most in Arizona Stadium might have been wondering, ‘who is that?’
Kincade was a highly-touted recruit coming out of high school. In fact, he was rated higher than UA starter Brandon Dawkins.
Kincade was a four-star recruit, according to Scout.com, with offers Mississippi State, Notre Dame, Kansas State and Texas Tech. He signed with Ole Miss, then transferred to Grambling before this season.
Arizona fans won’t soon forget Kincade: He completed 15 of 19 passes for two touchdowns in Saturday’s first half before exiting with an injury.