George Bryan may have been a sleeper prospect when he committed to NC State, but local college…
Shrine Bowl Combine Breakdown: Offense
Defensive Breakdown Pack Pride was on hand as close to 100 of North Carolina's best prospects competed for a spot in the 2006 Shrine Bowl. In this article we break down the offensive standouts and give insight as to where NC State may stand with several. West Stanly quarterback Quan Sturdivant came in with the most hype of the quarterbacks, as Rodney Cox didn't attend, and he had his share of ups-and-downs. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound dual-threat passer has a strong arm, but really struggled with accuracy and going through his progressions on Saturday. He has offers from NC State, North Carolina, Duke, and South Carolina. Expect Sturdivant to play another position on the next level, probably linebacker or safety. Eastern Randolph's Scott Riddle doesn't possess prototypical size, but he was perhaps the most impressive quarterback at the combine and should earn a spot on the team. He has a quick release and really stood out in seven-on-seven drills. At 6-foot and 186 pounds, Riddle...
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