Johnson said the competition will be “as open as it can be. Certainly, Matthew’s the guy with the experience. He was the No. 1 quarterback when he got hurt. It’s probably his job to lose. Those guys have to beat him out. But like I said, I think we’ve got four guys who all bring a unique skillset, who all can play. I can call a game for any of them, I think.”
Jordan will compete with junior TaQuon Marshall and redshirt freshmen Lucas Johnson and Jay Jones. Incoming freshman Tobias Oliver also will join the group.