Players in the Mix: Clint Chelf, Wes Lunt, J.W. Walsh
The second starting cornerback position might be the most tightly contested battle this spring, but you can rest assured that the starting quarterback battle is going to be the most talked about.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys have three players who could all easily be starting quarterbacks in Division I football, which means that head coach Mike Gundy and offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich have a tough decision in front of them.
Obviously, this is a problem that any program would gladly have, but it's a problem nonetheless.
Wes Lunt won this very same battle last spring. However, his performance during the season left some questioning his durability, as well as his mental toughness on the road.
Clint Chelf looks to be ever so slightly in the lead right now, as he put on a masterful performance in the Cowboys' bowl game.
J.W. Walsh seems to be constantly lost in the mix, which is surprising given his amazing performance against the Texas Longhorns.
In the end, this is a battle that we can't really predict heading into the spring.
Any of these guys could step up and win the job. But if you want a prediction, I'd say that Chelf will win the job, while Walsh continues to play a large part in the team's red-zone offense.