College football's spring season is over. Before you know it, teams will be reporting to preseason camp.
Several major programs have yet to officially settle on a starting quarterback. Who is going to win these jobs? Here are our latest predictions.
Alabama - Jalen Hurts
Hurts will start the year as the starting quarterback. It doesn't seem like Nick Saban wants to end this competition anytime soon. Eventually, Tua will probably take over.
Clemson - Trevor Lawrence
The Tigers are loaded with highly-touted recruits at the QB position and will bring in another five-star QB in 2018. Lawrence will win the job.
Florida State - Deondre Francois
There was talk about James Blackman supplanting Deondre Francois as Florida State's starting QB in 2018 during ESPN's broadcast of the Seminoles' bowl game today. We don't see that happening, though. Francois will return to full health and have the job.
Georgia - Jake Fromm
Jake Fromm took the job from Jacob Eason after the former 5-star recruit went down with an injury. Will he be able to hold off incoming five-star recruit Justin Fields? We say yes.
Michigan - Shea Patterson
Patterson is the biggest transfer acquisition of the college football offseason. He was recently ruled eligible for the 2018 season. He'll win the job.
Nebraska - Adrian Martinez
True freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez looked really good in the Huskers' spring game. Many expect Tristan Gebbia to win the job, but we think Frost will go with the dual-threat QB.
Ohio State - Dwayne Haskins
This should be the most-interesting QB battle in 2018. J.T. Barrett will be gone, so the position will be decided between Dwayne Haskins, Joe Burrow and Tate Martell. All could be worthy of the job. Haskins, though, looked great in backup duty this past season. He'll win the job again.
Oklahoma - Kyler Murray
Replacing a Heisman Trophy winner is never easy. Who will earn the nod at Oklahoma in 2018? Kyler Murray, the former Texas A&M QB, was the Sooners' backup in 2017. He looked pretty good in the role and he's our pick for OU's starter in 2018.
Texas - Sam Ehlinger
Will Sam Ehlinger, Texas' starter at the end of the 2017 season, hold onto the job over Shane Buechele? We think so. He's our pick for the man to lead the Longhorns in 2018.