Kell quarterback Nick Hicks was injured in the first game of his junior year and had to sit out five games, but came back strong in the last 4 games passing for 787 yards and 7 touchdowns.
The Longhorns started the season 1-4, but finished 4-1 with Hicks as a starter.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder is visiting Middle
Tennessee for camp this weekend and holds three offers from Air Force, Buffalo, and Newberry College in S.C.
Here are Video Highlights of #4 QB Nick Hicks getting it done.
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Video: Nick Hicks Gets It Done
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