There are some major college football quarterback battles still to be settled.
Every year, a number of teams enter training camp with their quarterback depth chart unsettled. While a player may have an inside track at winning the job, if he hasn’t been officially named the starter, he will still face competition.
Offshore sportsbook Bookmaker.eu has set odds on who will win the major college football quarterback competitions this summer. Some teams have a two-way battle, while others have three or four guys vying for the job.
Here are the full odds:
Auburn: Jarrett Stidham -750, Sean White +500
Baylor: Zach Smith -250, Anu Solomon +200
Clemson: Kelly Bryant -125, Hunter Johnson +160, Zerrick Cooper +800
Florida: Malik Zaire +165, Feleipe Franks +175, Kyle Trask +380, Luke Del Rio +850
Iowa: Nathan Stanley -110, Tyler Wiegers -110
LSU: Danny Etling -105, Myles Brennan +300, Justin McMillan +365, Lindsey Scott Jr. +1200
Miami (Fla.): Malik Rosier +220, N’Kosi Perry +220, Evan Shirreffs +280, Cade Weldon +500
Michigan: Wilton Speight -105, Brandon Peters +107, John O’Korn +1600
Nebraska: Tanner Lee -120, Patrick O’Brien +100
North Carolina: Brandon Harris +115, Nathan Elliott +145, Chazz Surratt +800, Logan Byrd +1400
Pitt: Max Browne -330, Ben DiNucci +260
Tennessee: Quinten Dormady -160, Jarrett Guarantano +130
Texas: Shane Buechele -480, Sam Ehlinger +355
Texas A&M: Jake Hubenak +135, Nick Starkel +215, Kellen Mond +225
Virginia Tech: Josh Jackson 145, A.J. Bush +205, Hendon Hooker +215
Is your school on the list? Which of these guys seems like a good bet?
Training camp is just around the corner.