Coach Rich Rodriguez
The candidates: Fr. Anu Solomon, Sr. Jesse Scroggins, So. Connor Brewer, Jr. Jerrard Randall
In perhaps the most exciting fall camp battle in the entire conference, Arizona's stable of quarterbacks will duke it out for the right to trot out onto the field in Week 1 as the team's starting signal-caller.
Ironically, Solomon was the only player to sign with Arizona out of high school, but coach Rich Rodriguez seized the opportunity to reel in Scroggins, Brewer and Randall, formerly of USC, Texas and LSU, respectively.
Given that Solomon was recruited and has had his sights set on the gig for longer than the others, he may have the upper hand. He's an athletic, dual-threat type very much in the mold of what Rodriguez looks for in his starting quarterback, that is, someone who can hurt defenses in a variety of ways.
After all, B.J. Denker was hardly the most accomplished passer, and calling him a noodle arm wouldn't be entirely inaccurate. However, Denker won the job in 2013, progressed as the season went on and piled up big stats, some of which came in a dominant victory over Oregon. No one was poking fun at Denker when December rolled around.
Randall is the most athletic of the bunch, and both Scroggins and Brewer were touted prospects coming out of high school. Whoever wins the starting job will own the keys to one of the nation's best offenses, and if he's able to hold down the spot, look for him to become one of the league's best quarterbacks by 2015.