This offseason was full of coaches moving around the country, and some of the nation’s top talent doing the same.
Not to mention, there are still talented high school recruits that seem to be the forgotten ones in the equation of college football at the moment. With all that taken into consideration, many people do not realize that this offseason may be host to some of the most intense and college football altering quarterback battles that we have seen.
There are a handful of schools that have multiple quarterbacks vying for one spot, and the loser of the job will likely be ending up taking his talents elsewhere.
In an era where transfers finding the right teams reigns supreme, we could very well be a year away from meeting the next Justin Fields or Joe Burrow.
The Longhorns themselves are in the midst of another quarterback battle that has grabbed the attention of the whole country, as former quarterback prodigy Quinn Ewers is looking to unseat Hudson Card who won the job last season, but was eventually replaced.
Let’s take a look at some of the most intriguing quarterback battles across the country ahead of the 2022 season.
Clemson: DJ Uiagalelei vs. Cade Klubnik
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Following the success that Trevor Lawrence had at Clemson was going to be a big ask for anyone, but DJ Uiagalelei seemed to be built to do just that in the limited time we saw him in 2020. However, he and Clemson had a down year by the program’s standard and now there is no guarantee that he will even be the starting quarterback in 2022.
In 13 games, Uiagalelei completed just 55% of his passes averaging 5.3 per completion, and threw for an abysmal nine touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Now, he will have to fend off five-star Cade Klubnik. The Austin native has a great arm and has the ability to create with his legs, something…