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Keith Hargraves

Class of 2021

Dual Threat

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  • Justin F. Kimball High School
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  • Dallas, TX
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  • Class of 2021


Height: 6'3"

Weight: 185 lbs.

Dual Threat

GPA: 3.4

Evaluation Scores

Size: 9.0

Footwork: 8.76

Accuracy: 8.70

Poise: 8.80

Arm Strength: 8.76

Pocket Presence: 8.76

Release: 8.70

Decision Making: 8.68

Throw on Run: 8.74

Touch: 8.70

Score: 87.60

Scouting Report

Keith has excellent size for a 2021 Dual Threat QB at 6’3” 185 lbs. A playmaker on the field who excels above the competition. Legit Dual Threat with the ability to burn a defense either on the run or in the air. A tall lengthy QB who will continue to grow within his frame.
He does a nice job getting the ball to his receivers. His throws are on target with good placement, allowing for the receiver to make a play on it. Maintains his accuracy at long range.
Keith can make any throw on the field. His passes are made of high velocity at short and intermediate range. A solid vertical passing game with throws made beyond 50-60 yds.
An over the top delivery with a high release point. Keith's is able to generate strong momentum on his follow through, for added acceleration. Fully extended arm motion.
He’s a very talented athlete with quickness getting to the outside, while still maintaining his focus downfield. This is where Keith can be deadly on the field, he can light you up in the air or take it in for a huge gain on the run.
Keith's a proven Dual Threat, able to work quickly inside the secondary on his runs, while displaying breakaway speed and elusiveness. Very good footwork on his dropbacks and shows good balance and stride prior to set up.
Very confident QB who can work from a Pocket Passer to a Dual Threat quite easily. He’s comfortable in either role.
Good agility within the pocket, able to break away from pressure. I would like to see him stay in the pocket longer as he waits for the play to develop.
He does a nice job picking up on his best option receiver. With more game experience he'll be able to continue on working through his progressions, going to his secondary outlets if needed.
Not only does he have a strong arm, he’s also able to ease off on it, for a softer delivery when the situation calls for it. Would like to see him tighten up on the trajectory at long range.


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