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Kincade has been practicing with the second-team offense and has even taken a few reps with the first team, reports OleMissSports.com.
“I’m real excited about him,” Freeze told OleMissSports.com. “I think he’s going to be a really good player, and he wants to. He studies hard and works hard. He wants to be a leader.”
Kincade threw for 2,865 yards and 38 touchdowns last season at Skyline. He also rushed for 861 yards and 12 more scores.
Kincade is vying for the backup QB role behind starter Bo Wallace.
This morning, Dallas ISD was made aware that five students who attend four district schools may have had contact with the individual who was recently diagnosed with the Ebola virus. Those schools are:
• Emmett J. Conrad High School
• Sam Tasby Middle School
• L.L. Hotchkiss Elementary School
• Dan D. Rogers Elementary School
The impacted students are currently not showing any symptoms and are under close observation by the Dallas County Health and Human Services Department. As a precautionary measure, the students have been advised to stay home from school. Since the students are not presenting any symptoms, there is nothing to suggest that the disease was spread to others including students and staff. It is also important to know that individuals are not contagious until symptoms appear.
Dallas ISD is in regular communication with the Centers for Disease Control, the City of Dallas, and Dallas County Health and Human Services. The district has created the following web page to provide information and updates: http://www.dallasisd.org/healthupdates.
In addition, a recorded hotline is being established to provide any updates on this situation. The number for this hotline is (972) 925-5810.
additional information about the Ebola virus, please visit this link
from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: