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Report Card: Orange and White Game

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Daniel: Pretty good day overall for the signal callers. Dobbs was a bit handcuffed by the non-contact jersey, but he made some nice throws early and moved around well, as expected. Quinten Dormady really opened some eyes as well. His performance in the game itself and the quarterback skill drill both showed that he has many of the tools the Vols are looking for in a backup quarterback at this point. Jauan Jennings is truly a work in progress, but his athleticism is extremely impressive. I don’t know how they’ll end up using him in 2015, but he showed that he’ll be able to make some plays whenever and however they get him on the field. Grade: B+

Houston: Quinten Dormady showed fans that he has the potential to be a very good quarterback at this level, while Jauan Jennings flashed his athleticism, but proved that he still has a long way to go if he wants to be a quarterback in the SEC. But Joshua Dobbs was the story in this spring game. His confidence and leadership was on full-display in the quarterback competition when he edged out Quinten Dormady by a single point after Butch Jones called him out in front of the announced crowd of 63,016. Dobbs was calm, he was accurate, and he showed the type of competitive spirit that you want in your starting quarterback. The numbers weren’t outstanding, but a lot of positives to take away from yesterday’s performance. Grade: A-

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