This is the one position that you don’t want to have questions at on a football team, unfortunately that is exactly what KU has right now. None of the current QBs look like guys you want leading your team into battle every Saturday.
#2 Jordan Webb (SO) 6’ Union (MO)- of the Quarterbacks on the Kansas Roster Webb has the most obvious talent, now the problem is he doesn’t always live up to that talent. He does a bad job of staring down his receiver and trying to force throws. He can however make some plays with his legs and that might be enough to get the starting job.
#8 Quinn Mecham (SR) 6’2 Provo (UT)- Mecham is the most technically sound of the Quarterbacks, he makes decent reads and has good footwork. The down side here is he struggles throwing the ball farther than 15 yards and he is not very mobile. If he had the arm he would be the choice here but I don’t know if you can throw that arm out there and expect to win.
#17 Blake Jablonski(RSFR) 6’3 Wichita (KS)- Jablonski looked good in the spring game but he will be the scout team QB this year and for the foreseeable future.
#16 Brock Berglund 6’4 Valor Christian(CO)- If Berglund can come in and learn the system it is really his job to lose, he has much more talent than any of the current QBs on the roster. He has a big arm and runs like a deer. The fact that he ran Coach Long’s offense in High School only help his chances of playing early. He reminds me of Colin Kaepernick
Michael Cummings 6’ Killeen (TX)- If Berglund cannot come in and win the starting job Cummings just may, the Kansas coaching staff sees a young Tommie Frazier in Cummings.
He has a big arm and is a better runner than Berglund. He does need to work on accuracy and needs his knee to come back full strength, if not he will need to redshirt to get 100% healthy.
Depth Chart prediction
#1 Jordan Webb
#2 Brock Berglund
#3 Quinn Mecham
#4 Michael Cummings
#5 Blake Joblonski