Wisconsin redshirt junior Alex Hornibrook could be in for an even better 2018 after leading the Badgers to a 13-1 record a season ago that included an Orange Bowl win.
He showcased his potential Saturday at the Manning Passing Academy at Nicholls State in Thibodaux, La. Competing against some of the nation’s best quarterbacks, such as Penn State’s Trace McSorley, Alabama’s Jalen Hurts and Georgia’s Jake Fromm, Hornibrook came out on top during the annual throwing competition. Hornibrook was the only participant to hit the golf-cart target moving deep down the sideline.
Check out highlights from the annual event below:
Hornibrook, a consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten selection in 2017, has started 23 games the past two seasons and amassed a record of 20-3, good for the best winning percentage by a quarterback in school history. He’s thrown for 3,906 yards with 34 touchdowns and has a 61 percent completion percentage in his career.
Yep, that’s our quarterback 👌
— Wisconsin Football (@BadgerFootball) June 24, 2018