Ryan Hilinski
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2020 Fantasy Outlook
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Transferring to Northwestern
Not Injury Related
January 19, 2021
Hilinski announced Tuesday via his personal Twitter account that he has committed to Northwestern, joining the program as a graduate transfer from South Carolina.
ANALYSIS
A four-star quarterback recruit from the 2019 cycle, Hilinski emerged as a starter for the Gamecocks early on as a true freshman, finishing with a 58.1 completion rate for 5.8 yards per attempt and a 11:5 TD:INT in 11 games. His second season in Columbia didn't go as planned, however, as Hilinski lost out on the starting gig to Colorado State graduate transfer Collin Hill and eventually fell behind freshman Luke Doty on the depth chart. After choosing to pursue a transfer in late December, Hilinski chose to continue his career at Northwestern, a program that had tremendous success this past season with another graduate transfer quarterback in Peyton Ramsey. With Ramsey announcing his plans to enter the 2021 NFL Draft, Hilinski should become the frontrunner for the vacated starting gig. Since he earned his undergraduate degree in just two years, Hilinski will be able to compete immediately for Northwestern in 2021 with three seasons of eligibility remaining.
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Preparing to transfer
December 30, 2020
Hilinski placed his name in the transfer portal Wednesday and is expected to leave South Carolina, Matt Zenitz of AL.com reports.
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Remaining as backup
November 13, 2020
Hilinski will remain the backup with Collin Hill starting at quarterback Saturday at Mississippi, Mike UVA of Fox WACH reports.
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Back in QB competition
November 10, 2020
Hilinski shared reps with Colin Hill at practice Tuesday and will compete for the right to start Saturday versus Ole Miss, Emery Glover of WMBF News reports.
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Will begin season as backup
September 17, 2020
Hilinski will enter next week's season opener against Tennessee as the backup quarterback, Nicole Auerbach of The Athletic reports.
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Will have to win starting spot
August 17, 2020
Hilinski will have to win the starting quarterback job after head coach Will Muschamp said Monday that South Carolina will stage an open competition at every position during training camp, Josh Kendall of The Athletic reports.
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