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Second-place Pass Attack finisher
Chad KellyChad Kelly
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(Buffalo, N.Y./St. Joseph's), a Clemson commit, said the quarterbacks knew they could count on their first throw of the competition being a little bit of a mess.
"You've just got to get used to the speed of trying to get to the next ball to make that a more accurate throw," Kelly said after three throws at moving targets at 20 yards, three at 30 yards and three at 40, along with one long bomb.
"So you've got to set your feet, and that took a lot more time. After the first one you got used to it, though. You don't realize how fast it's going, and then the second one, it's already there, and you've got to hustle up to the other stands to get the ball."