The University of Utah has considerably beefed up its staffing of the quarterback position, but the Utes still can't match Arizona's volume.
The Wildcats had seven QBs competing in spring drills, and will add two more in August. As many as five of them remain legitimate contenders for the starting job.
The quarterbacks didn't separate themselves "as much as we probably would have liked, but that's not necessarily a disappointing thing," coach Rich Rodriguez said Thursday, during the Pac-12's post-spring media teleconference.
Rodriguez has played a senior QB each of his two seasons in Tucson, and it could happen again. Jesse Scroggins, who began his college career at USC, is among the contenders. At the other extreme, if redshirt freshman Anu Solomon wins the the job, he could keep it for four years.<