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Name: Bailey Hockman (Double Transfer from North Carolina State/Florida State)
College: Middle Tennessee     Number: 16
Height: 6-2   Weight: 200
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2022

40 Low: 4.78
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  40 High: 4.98
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from North Carolina State...2020: NAC...Transfer from Florida State...2017: NAC

 Bailey Hockman, Middle Tennessee, Player News


  When quarterback Asher O'Hara entered the transfer portal in December, Middle Tennessee suddenly had a need for a new starting signal caller. Returners Chase Cunningham and Mike DiLiello immediately entered into the battle for the starting spot, but wide receiver CJ Windham helped head coach Rick Stockstill bring in one more name to add to the mix. The senior wideout has quite the chemistry with the newcomer, too. "As soon as Bailey went into the portal, I immediately hit up Coach Stock and told him this is something we need to make happen," Windham said. "This is one of those things you can't draw up...and an opportunity we couldn't pass up on." Bailey Hockman is a redshirt junior southpaw who's gained experience the last few years playing for Power 5 programs Florida State and North Carolina State. Before he was a heralded true freshman in 2017 at FSU, where he spent a season with Blue Raider running back Amir Rasul, he starred under the Friday night lights at powerhouse McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Georgia, an Atlanta suburb on the northwest side. Hockman was one of the best high school quarterbacks the state of Georgia has ever seen. - Middle Tennessee Football

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Bailey HockmanMiddle Tennessee
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  North Carolina State quarterback Bailey Hockman plans to play at Middle Tennessee as a graduate transfer. Hockman announced he has committed to the Blue Raiders in a social-media post Thursday, about a week after announcing he would leave the Wolfpack. The redshirt junior and former Florida State transfer started nine games for N.C. State, helping the Wolfpack to eight wins and an appearance in the Gator Bowl. He threw for 1,820 yards and 12 touchdowns, starting the first two games before Devin Leary took over after being sidelined for much of preseason camp due to COVID-19 protocols. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Bailey HockmanMiddle Tennessee
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  N.C. State was going to have a crowded quarterback room next season one way or another. A seat just opened up in that room. Bailey Hockman, the Georgia native who started nine games in the 2020 season, announced on Twitter Wednesday morning he was entering the transfer portal. "This university and program has done so much for my life as (an) athlete and man," Hockman wrote. "I want to personally thank coach Doeren and coach Beck for helping me become a better person on and off the field." In 10 games, Hockman led the team in passing with 2,088 yards and 13 touchdowns. Hockman also threw 11 interceptions this season, including three in the Wolfpack's 23-21 loss to Kentucky in the Gator Bowl on Jan. 2. In 17 career games at N.C. State Hockman passed for 2,185 yards. It's been an up and down two seasons in Raleigh for Hockman, who started his career at Florida State. He was beat out by redshirt sophomore Devin Leary in fall camp for the starting job, but it was Hockman, not Leary, who started the opener against Wake Forest. - Raleigh News Observer

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  North Carolina State quarterback Bailey Hockman says he plans to leave the 24th-ranked Wolfpack as a graduate transfer. Hockman posted a statement on social media Wednesday announcing his decision. It came after the redshirt junior and former Florida State transfer started nine games for N.C. State, helping the Wolfpack to eight wins and an appearance in the Gator Bowl. Hockman threw for 1,820 yards and 12 touchdowns for N.C. State, starting the first two games before Devin Leary took over after being sidelined for much of preseason camp due to COVID-19 protocols. But Leary went down to a season-ending leg injury against Duke on Oct. 17, and Hockman started the final six games. - AP College Football

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  Bailey Hockman threw for 309 yards and Ricky Person and Zonovan Knight each ran for a touchdown as North Carolina State beat Georgia Tech 23-13 in its regular-season finale Saturday. The win was the fourth straight for the Wolfpack (8-3, 7-3 Atlantic Coast Conference), marking the first time it has closed out the regular season with four straight wins since 2008. Hockman started slow, completing only one of his first six passes. He gradually settled in, completing 10 of his next 11 for 143 yards while engineering four consecutive first-half scoring drives. He ultimately completed 23 of 36 passes to nine receivers en route to his second straight 300-yard passing game. Despite outgaining N.C. State 412-397, Georgia Tech (3-6, 3-5) couldn't convert in Wolfpack territory. Jeff Sims completed 13 of 27 passes for 151 yards and rushed for 93 yards and a touchdown. Jordan Mason also chipped in with 99 rushing yards. - North Carolina State/AP College Football

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  Bailey Hockman hit Emeka Emezie with a 26-yard go-ahead score early in the fourth quarter and connected with Thayer Thomas for three more scores through the air and North Carolina State rallied to defeat Syracuse 36-29 Saturday. The win was the third straight for the Wolfpack (7-3, 6-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) and the seventh consecutive loss for the Orange (1-9, 1-8). Linebacker Payton Wilson sacked Syracuse quarterback Rex Culpepper for a loss 11 yards on a third-and-seven from the Wolfpack 7-yard line with 24 seconds remaining to preserve the win.

The Syracuse defense came out strong, sacking Hockman four times, intercepting a pass, registering six tackles for loss and forcing a safety, all in the first half. Syracuse held a 22-14 advantage at the break, the team's first halftime lead since game three, a 37-20 victory over Georgia Tech. The Orange clung to a 29-27 lead after three but was held scoreless the rest of the way. Emezie's score with 14:14 to go gave the Wolfpack the lead for good. - AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Bailey HockmanMiddle Tennessee
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  Bailey Hockman threw for three touchdowns and ran for another against his former team as North Carolina State defeated Florida State 38-22 on Saturday night. Hockman, who began his collegiate career in 2017 at Florida State, was 24-for-34 for 265 yards and an interception. Thayer Thomas, a redshirt senior, made a career-high 11 catches for a career-best 135 yards and two touchdowns. NC State (5-3, 5-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) snapped a two-game skid. Freshman Chubba Purdy got his first career start for Florida State, completing 15 of 23 passes for 181 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns. The Seminoles (2-6, 1-6) have lost three straight games since upsetting then-No. 5 North Carolina. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Bailey HockmanMiddle Tennessee
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  Bailey Hockman needs no introduction. The redshirt junior quarterback has played in several games so far at N.C. State. But with the emergence of redshirt sophomore quarterback Devin Leary, who has started the Wolfpack's last three games, it looked like Hockman could be a reserve the rest of the season. However, after Leary was carted off the field in the second half of N.C State's win over Duke on Saturday and had surgery to repair his fibula the next day, Hockman will be back on the field for the Wolfpack. Leary is expected to miss 4-8 weeks to recover and coach Dave Doeren said he doesn't anticipate him returning this year.

Hockman, who's 6-2 and 200 pounds and is from Powder Springs, Ga., started two games in 2019 and the first two games of the 2020 season. He'll now be the starter Saturday when the No. 23 Wolfpack (4-1, 4-1 ACC) heads to Chapel Hill (3-1, 3-1) to face off with No. 14 UNC. "I can't say enough about guys who stepped up in their roles," Doeren said. Hockman entered the game against Duke after Leary was injured. N.C. State was up by one. Hockman led the team on a scoring drive, tossing a nine-yard touchdown to redshirt junior wide receiver Thayer Thomas to start the fourth quarter. Hockman only threw seven passes against the Blue Devils, completing four, for 43 yards as N.C. State relied on the run game with a double-digit lead late in the game. Against the Tar Heels, though, much more will be expected of Hockman, who has appeared in 10 games for the Wolfpack, with mixed results. - Raleigh News Observer


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  There will be no surprises to who will take the snaps under center when N.C. State takes on Virginia Tech this Saturday in Blacksburg. Bailey Hockman, who started the Wolfpack's 45-42 season-opener against Wake Forest this past Saturday, was listed over Devin Leary on N.C. State's two-deep depth chart released Monday. Hockman, a transfer from Florida State, completed 70 percent of his throws against the Demon Deacons, finishing with 191 yards passing and a touchdown. Leary beat out Hockman for the starting spot in the spring, but missed 20 practices due to COVID-19 contract tracing and fell behind Hockman in the quarterback battle.

Against Wake, Hockman also connected with nine different receivers. Leary was available to play, but Hockman took all the snaps under center. At his weekly press conference on Monday, Doeren said Leary would be available again this week, but Hockman has the job for now. "We're going to need both of them," Doeren said. "We're one injury/COVID test away from having a different player at every position. We need our quarterbacks to be elite." Leary did practice last week, but Doeren said Hockman would "continue to be our starter until Devin is in position to play." - Raleigh News Observer


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  North Carolina State is changing quarterbacks and will start Bailey Hockman this week against Syracuse. Coach Dave Doeren said Monday that Hockman and backup Devin Leary "are giving us more in the pass game." Former starter Matthew McKay is listed as the third-stringer for the Wolfpack (3-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). McKay started the first five games but was replaced by Hockman after three series of the 31-13 loss at Florida State. McKay completed 3 of 7 passes for 20 yards before Hockman took over and was 21 of 40 for 208 yards with a touchdown. Leary completed 4 of 5 passes for 54 yards after Hockman, who started his career at Florida State, tweaked his knee late. - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) rJr/2022 QB Bailey HockmanMiddle Tennessee
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