SAN ANTONIO - With spring football drawing near, questions are swirling about who will be the UTSA starting quarterback.
The Roadrunners have a plethora of options starting with Frank Harris, who will be returning from a shoulder injury which ended his season in 2019. He only got the chance to play in four games, where he produced 126 rushing yards and had 486 passing yards. Harris had previously fought back from ACL tears in his knee.
The next option being Lowell Narcisse, who stepped in for Frank Harris when he went down. Narcisse showed promise by leading the team with not only his strong arm, but by running the ball as well. Narcisse had 492 rushing yards to accompany 1,226 passing yards last season.
The last option for the Roadrunners is Jordan Weeks from Wimberley, who didn't play that much last season, but did see action when Narcisse got hurt. Weeks played in just three games, but still had just about the same amount of passing yards (451) as Frank Harris did in four games (486).
UTSA head coach Jeff Traylor says he's going try to have an open mind by not picking a starter based solely on last year's game film.
"I want to judge them myself, and I'm with them in the weight room. I'll be there March 17th when we start spring football, and we'll evaluate them all the way through April 18th when we have the spring game," explained Traylor.
We will find out soon enough, as spring football begins in March.