10 Biggest Position Battles to Watch in 2014 Fall Camps

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10 Biggest Position Battles to Watch in 2014 Fall Camps
Associated Press
The battle to be Alabama's starting quarterback is one of the biggest competitions to watch during fall camp.

Training camps are starting up all over the country for college football teams, the beginning of roughly four weeks of preparation for the opening games of the 2014 season in late August. It will be the first chance for coaches to see their returning players and a full crop of newcomers working together at one time, and the practices will help finalize lineups for those first contests.

The vast majority of starting jobs are locked up, either by returning starters or key reserves from 2013. In some cases, freshmen who enrolled early or transfers earned themselves a starting spot during spring practice. Whatever is undecided will get taken care of during training camp.

While every starting position is important for that specific school, there are a handful of unfilled jobs that are so critical to a team's performance and success in 2014 that they'll be the main focus of fall camp. And it's not just internally; it's from a national standpoint.

The 10 position battles discussed in the following slides stand out as the biggest to keep an eye on during fall camp. 

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