If TCU football gets good quarterback play, could they make a run for a Big 12 Title in 2019? Here’s what the options look like.
The TCU quarterback competition might be the most interesting quarterback competition in all of the Big 12.
Last year’s starting quarterback, Shawn Robinson, has transferred to Missouri. Justin Rogers, Michael Collins, Max Duggan and Alex Delton seem to be the four guys in the mix for the starting job going into the 2019 season. If Ohio State-transfer Matthew Baldwin gets granted immediate eligibility, that will add another name to the competition.
If Baldwin does get the OK to play immediately, that will mean that three out of the five guys mentioned in the competition for the job will be transfers.
Whoever ends up starting under center in Week 1 will certainly have to do enough during the season to keep it. Regardless if it ends up being four or five guys in the mix, they will all be doing what they can during the regular season to take over as the starter. Unless one of these guys goes out and lights it up through out the first few games of the season, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see several guys play early in the season.
With that said, let’s take a brief look at what each guy brings to the table and why each guy has some qualities that could help him be the starting quarterback at TCU.