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Name: Ryan Hilinski (Transfer from South Carolina)
College: Northwestern     Number: 3
Height: 6-2   Weight: 225
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2023

40 Low: 4.87
   40 Time: 4.96
  40 High: 5.06
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Height: 6022
Weight: 225

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...2019: (+) Coming off Nov 2019 Knee INJ

 Ryan Hilinski, Northwestern, Player News


  Former South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski announced Tuesday he is transferring to Northwestern. He is expected to become the Wildcats starter after Peyton Ramsey, who transferred in last season from Indiana, announced after the season he won't return. Hilinski will have three more years of eligibility as the NCAA is not counting the 2020 season against athletes' eligibility clocks. Hilinski started 11 games for South Carolina as a freshman in 2019, throwing for 2,357 yards with 11 touchdowns and five interceptions. - Chicago Tribune

(DS#999 QB) Jr/2023 QB Ryan HilinskiNorthwestern
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  South Carolina quarterback Ryan Hilinski entered the NCAA transfer portal on Wednesday afternoon, USC officials confirmed. The sophomore, who has four years of eligibility remaining after every player in the country was given a free season due to the pandemic, will move on after a 2020 season that barely saw him take the field. During the 2019 season, Ryan Hilinski completed 236 of 406 passes for 2,357 yards and 11 touchdowns. He set a school record with 180 straight completions without an interception. - The Post and Courier

(DS#999 QB) Jr/2023 QB Ryan HilinskiNorthwestern
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  South Carolina starting quarterback Ryan Hilinski will have surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee. A release from the school Tuesday stated that a surgery date for the 6-foot-3 freshman starter has not yet been scheduled, but he is expected to be fully healthy when the Gamecocks start offseason workouts next month. Hilinski started the final 11 games when senior starter Jake Bentley injured his foot in the opener and was lost for the year. Bentley announced Monday he was leaving South Carolina to play a final college season elsewhere. Hilinski threw for 2,357 yards and 11 touchdowns with five interceptions. He was first among Southeastern Conference freshmen with 214 passing yards a game. Hilinski also set a school record by throwing 180 passes without an interception. Hilinski's father, Mark said his son was opting for the procedure to return "to full go as quickly as possible." - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) Jr/2023 QB Ryan HilinskiNorthwestern
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  South Carolina made it through with further injuries to its quarterback corps. The season's starter, Jake Bentley, is out for the year with a fractured foot while backup Dakereon Joyner had a strained hamstring. Bentley has a scooter device to keep his foot elevated while Joyner was on crutches. Freshman Ryan Hilinski, the SEC rookie of the week two weeks ago, had a steady performance in victory. He finished with 140 yards on 15-of-27 passing. - South Carolina/AP College Football

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  WEEK 3 SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Ryan Hilinski, QB, South Carolina,...True freshman Ryan Hilinski, making just his second career start and his first against an FBS opponent, completed 36-of-57 passes for 324 yards with two touchdowns against Alabama...The 57 attempts were the second-most in a single-game in school history, topped only by the 58 that Steve Taneyhill threw against East Carolina in 1994, while the 36 completions ranks third in school history, topped only by Taneyhill on two occasions - 39 vs. ECU in '94 and 38 vs. Mississippi State in 1995...Hilinski became just the second freshman in program history to throw for more than 300 yards against an SEC opponent, joining Todd Ellis, who threw for 342 yards against Georgia in 1986. - SEC Football

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  South Carolina fans gave quarterback Ryan Hilinski even more love than a second string QB typically gets in his first start and the freshman with the inspiring backstory responded with a storybook debut. Hilinski completed 24 of 30 passes for 282 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score leading the Gamecocks (1-1) to a 72-10 win over Charleston Southern on Saturday. The highly touted Hilinski earned the backup job in spring practice after enrolling early from high school and was elevated to starter after senior Jake Bentley broke his foot in the last play of the opening loss to North Carolina. Bentley is out for at least several weeks.

While South Carolina was recruiting Hilinski, his older brother Tyler Hilinski killed himself while playing quarterback for Washington State. The school promised to do whatever it could to help his family and their Hilinski's Hope foundation in Tyler's honor to help make the mental health of college athletes as important as their physical health. The crowd chanted "Let's go Ryan!" during his first two drives. Hilinski's parents were in the stands and his mother, Kym, said during an in-game interview with the SEC Network that she caught herself cheering for Tyler as her younger son took the field for South Carolina. - AP College Football


(DS#999 QB) Jr/2023 QB Ryan HilinskiNorthwestern
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