Kendall Hinton
Kendall  Hinton

RS Sophomore

Durham, NC

High School:
Southern Durham

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 195



Wake Forest Runs Past Delaware, 38-21

The Demon Deacons totaled 481 yards, including 302 on the ground, to improve to 3-0 for the 10th time in program history.


Rushing Attack, Defense Lead Deacs to Win Over Duke

Wake Forest beat the Blue Devils, 24-14, behind 239 rushing yards and three turnovers forced on defense.


Deacs Force Four Turnovers in Loss to No. 1 Clemson

Wake Forest recorded three interceptions and a fumble recovery, but Clemson took advantage of a 20-0 first-quarter lead en route to a 33-13 win.


Louisville Edges Wake Forest 20-19

Turnovers halted Wake Forest's attempted rallies in the second half.


Slow Start Costs Deacs in Loss to NC State

The Wolfpack jumped out to a 28-0 lead. Wake Forest outscored NC State 17-7 the rest of the way but wtill fell, 35-17.


2018 Wake Forest Football Spring Game

2018 Wake Forest Football Spring Game


Wake Forest at #3 Notre Dame (USATSI)

Images from the Demon Deacons hitting the road to face the Fighting Irish


Wake Forest vs. Delaware

Wake Forest took on Delaware on Sept. 17, 2016, at BB&T Field looking to improve to 3-0 on the season.


Wake Forest vs. Tulane

Wake Forest took on Tulane on Thursday, Sept. 1, in the 2016 season opener.


2016 Spring Game

Wake Forest held its 2016 Spring Game on April 9, 2016. Team Black topped Team Gold 21-3.

Kendall Hinton Profile

2016 (Sophomore)
Earned a redshirt season after suffering a knee injury in Week 3 vs. Delaware ... Was Wake Forest’s leading rusher in the season-opener against Tulane with 24 yards and a touchdown ... Took over QB duties midway through second quarter at Duke (9/10) ... Became the first Deacon QB to lead his team to victory in his hometown since Riley Skinner beat Georgia Tech in the 2006 ACC Championship game in Jacksonville, Fla. ... Completed six of 11 passes for 133 yards vs. Duke while adding 63 rushing yards on 11 carries ... Rushed for 38 yards and a touchdown on six carries in the first quarter of the Delaware game before coming out with a knee injury ... was not able to return to the line-up.

2015 (True Freshman)
Started twice on the season vs. Indiana and Florida State ... Made college debut against Elon and completed 9 of 13 passes for 65 yards while rushing twice for 12 yards ... Came on in relief for an injured John Wolford against Army and rushed for touchdowns of 15 and 7 yards ... Led the Deacons to a 17-14 win and became the first Deacon QB to rush for 100 yards in a game since 2004 ... Had 17 carries for 101 yards ... Named ACC Rookie of the Week after his performance against the Black Knights ... Added two rushing touchdowns the following week vs. Indiana to become the first Deacon since 1993 to post consecutive multi-rushing TD games since 1993 ... Missed the final game of the season vs. Duke after being diagnosed with mononucleosis ... Set school record for most passing yards in first career start when he threw for 245 yards vs. Indiana ... His seven rushing touchdowns on the year is the fourth-most in a season by a Wake Forest QB.

High School:
Enrolled at Wake Forest in January ... Team captain as a senior ... Rated as a 3 star recruit by 247, ESPN, Rivals, and Scout ... Ranked as the No. 26 dual-threat quarterback in the country by Rivals ... Named 3-A Big Eight Conference Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Named to the Raleigh News & Observer All-Metro team ... Coming off a senior season in which he led Southern Durham to a 13-1 record and the third round of the state playoffs ... Passed for 3,258 yards and 30 touchdowns while rushing for 835 yards as a senior ... Led Southern Durham to the 2013 3A state championship as a junior ... Earned all-conference honors in basketball as a junior ... Coached by Darius Robinson as a senior and Adrian Jones as a junior.

Son of Kevin and Denene Hinton ... Born February 19, 1997

Women's Football Camp