Stinchcomb gets out of the pocket a lot so that he can keep his passing lanes open. He does a fairly good job of throwing on the move and pressure seems to have a lesser impact than some QB’s. He needs to step up in the pocket more and work on his lateral quickness so he can buy more time. At his size, being quick is a necessity to play quarterback and to be successful. There is some similarities to a QB we helped a few years back from Johnson County, but junior year will have to be a season of production in order to get much steam in recruiting for the 2021 Jackson County recruit. He shows pretty good form as a thrower. Nice L-position with his throws and solid enough trajectory being able to get the ball over the 2nd level of the defense. Working on quickness and acceleration will be imperative to his success. Knowing the playbook like the back of his hand too.