Auburn wrapped up day four of their fall camp today, and it was another day without a starting quarterback. "It's too early right now," Malzahn said over the weekend. "You gather information, more and more, at every position throughout camp. It's way too early for me to be able to stand up here and tell you that we are going to be able to make it earlier, rather than later."
Four guys are competing for that starting job. Last season Kiehl Frazier and Jonathan Wallace combined for only 1,473 yards, 6 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions. These stats are something that Auburn fans would like to forget.
They are joined in the wide open quarterback battle with Mr. Football, Jeremy Johnson and JUCO transfer Nick Marshall.
Johnson was a U.S. Army All-American, and is thought to be the future. One thing that's eye-popping about Johnson is his size. Johnson is 6'6" and 215 lbs. Marshall doesn't have Johnson's size, but the former Georgia defensive back is looking to make up for it with his athleticism.
Auburn opens up the season versus Washington State on August 31st.
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