For the First Time, Oregon Ducks Have Too Many Quarterbacks

Elija KinContributor IJanuary 6, 2009

Jeremiah Masoli

For the first time in a long time the Ducks have to many quarterbacks. Jeremiah Masoli settled into the offense in the last couple weeks of the season and was even mentioned as being a dark horse for the Heisman in '09. A little over ambitious maybe exciting yes, but something about that scares me.  

 

Darron Thomas

We saw a glimpse of something special when he took the field against Boise State. He did throw a interception, but he completed 25 passes in one quarter that also was his first. He does not have a huge argument on his side except his talent...Please don't transfer.

 

Justin Roper 

He has experience an arm and somewhat of running ability. He reminds me of Kellen Clemens. He isn't going to burn you in the forty, but give him some green and he will fight for at least 10 yards. A knee injury and the rise of Masoli and Thomas hurt his chances, but he is the best pure passer.

 

Nate Costa

I have to add his name because every year people have said he will find his way onto the field and once he got the front page of ESPN's college football section saying he would flourish...not so much two torn ACLs later, but he might just find his way onto the field.

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