As USC enters what should be a very interesting 2013 college football season, the Trojans face an abundance of questions as they try to return to the elite status they enjoyed not so long ago.
From breaking in a new quarterback and defensive secondary to seeking improvement from an offensive line that so much depends on, head coach Lane Kiffin and his staff will have their hands full in their effort to bounce back from a disappointing 7-6 record in 2012.
One question that won't need to answered is who will start at wide receiver, at least on one side of the field.
Marqise Lee, the 2012 Biletnikoff Award winner and unanimous All-American selection, will enter the upcoming season as one of the finest at his craft in the nation and a certain Heisman candidate.
After hauling in 118 passes for 1721 yards to go along with 14 touchdowns—with many of those yards coming after the catch—Lee is as exciting a player as will grace the field in 2013.
All well and good, but there remains a nagging question.
Who is going to get him the ball?
Presumptuous to be sure, this slide will look at who the Trojan quarterback will be from Lee's perspective.
Though I won't have Lee to verify this, look at it as a vicarious effort on the author's part to voice his own opinion from the prism of young Marqise himself.
So Mr. Lee, who do you want to start at quarterback for your 2013 USC Trojans?
This is how he might answer...
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