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2024 QB- Carter Barnes

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4.0/5

Based on Consolidated

+ Positives

Carter Barnes is a big athletic QB with a huge arm. He has a tremendous ability to improvise when the play breaks down and can do some freakish things with the football. (There is even a tremendous no-look pass for a touchdown at 1:56 on his junior film.) He is a true dual threat Quarterback and is extremely difficult to defend. When he does hang in the pocket he stays very poised when it gets chaotic. He can deliver a strike while being in a lot of pocket traffic. Carter can really drive the ball down the field and has a big-time FBS arm. Carter does well as a runner and is very nimble for his size. He can stick his foot in the ground, change direction, and make defenders miss. Carter has a 3.4GPA so grades are not an issue.

- Negatives

Carter could clean up his mechanics in the pocket to put further emphasis on ball security. He drops the ball a little low at times while in the pocket. Carter has a big arm but will need to hone in his howitzer and stay consistently accurate. Cleaning up his pocket mechanics will improve his accuracy. He has only been a starting QB for two seasons so he is still very raw.

College List Offer Interest Level Conference State
Penn State
Cool FBS PA
Kent State
Cool FBS OH
Dayton
Hot FCS OH
Robert Morris
Cool FCS PA
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