Next on the list is 6'1", 210 pound athlete Antonio Graves out of Pleasant Grove High School in Texarkana. Graves is another one of those Patterson recruits that are difficult to pinpoint because he will likely be shifting to the defensive side of the ball for the Frogs after being the district player of the year as a senior QB. While his ball throwing skills don't show us much about his defensive prowess, if you watch a little further in the video, you'll see what an animal Graves can be.
He obviously has phenomenal size for a high school quarterback, and the strength he has in such a big frame is clearly evident if you watch him run a few times. He can throw a stiff arm or run through a defender like the best running backs, and, if he can find a way to harness that same energy as a defender - likely a safety - he could be blowing people up Hodge style for the next four years. He's also fast pretty fast - 4.6 - which makes strong safety the most likely option.
He also flashes some solid return skills, although I think between Kerley, McCoy, Grant and Carter, we've got that locked up for a pretty long while.
Like Patterson says, they're all paper tigers until they put on a helmet, but given GP's track record for converting high school QBs into big time defenders, combined with Graves' natural abilities, I think he should be a fantastic pick up for the Frogs.