Dallas, TX | 6010 | 190 | 4.58E | 2018
Bring the stick’em, this man is hard to grasp! Possesses rare elusiveness and scrambling ability, to go along with a strong arm. Shows great command and presence in the huddle; has been praised as an energetic leader who players gravitate towards. Very poised player; never seems to be fazed by the moment and demonstrates excellent anticipation. His body frame might remind you of Jeff Garcia or Teddy Bridgewater and his lack of size is a legitimate concern at the next level. He broke his ankle prior to the Sugar Bowl as a sophomore and had a metal rod inserted. Led Grambling to the black college national championship in 2016. Doesn’t always carry the ball in the correct arm when running the ball. A transfer from Ole Miss, where he lost the starting job to Chad Kelly, there was a real buzz on him coming out of high school; he could’ve played at several other high-profile programs but wanted to be close to home due to his ill mom—he is from Dallas, Texas. There is much to like about his overall game and despite his smallish stature, his makeup is sure to catch pro scouts’ attention. He would be suited to star in the CFL game due to his ability to extend plays and utilize his quicks but expect him to receive a crack in the NFL as a developmental quarterback. It would not be surprising to see him exceed expectations.
2016: Played 12 games, completed 218 of 341 passes, completing 63.9% for 3.022 yards, 31 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. Ran 104 times for 264 yards and 4 touchdowns.
2015: Played 3 games, completed 9 of 15 passes for 79 yards and a touchdown, ran 9 times for 87 yards.
2014: Played in eight games at backup QB … Finished the season 16 of 20 for 127 yards and a touchdown … Also rushed 28 times for 95 yards and a TD
2013: Did not see action and was redshirted … Member of the 2013 signing class.
High School: Rated a 4-star recruit by ESPN.com and Scout.com ….. MVP of the 2012 Dallas Elite 11 regional camp and one of 25 finalists for the national Elite 11 camp … The District 9-5A MVP and an All-State honorable mention pick by the Associated Press as a senior … Completed 178-of-281 passes for 2,856 yards, 38 touchdowns and eight interceptions, while rushing for 861 yards and 12 TDs during his final prep campaign … Second team All-State pick as a junior when he led Skyline to the Class 5A state semifinals and passed for 3,270 yards, 37 TDs and eight picks while rushing for 857 yards and 17 scores … Passed for 1,627 yards with 17 TDs and seven picks as a sophomore … Coached in high school by Reginald Samples … Also an All-State selection in basketball and track.
Personal: Son of Latonya Boyd and Otha Kincade … Full name is DeVante Pernell Kincade … Born: Sept. 16, 1994 … Cousin of former Dallas Cowboys RB Keylon Kincade … Criminal justice major.