The College of Idaho Yotes are already in year three of their emerging football program and spring ball officially kicked on March 28th.
Last season, Senior Teejay Gordon completed fourteen touchdowns in eleven games. Following his graduation, players are hungrily eyeing the position.
However, local Vallivue High School student JJ Hyde is competing for the position despite an injury that will have him likely out for the spring practice sessions.
"JJ Hyde is coming back. He had reconstructive surgery on his ankle so he will not be in spring or be in very limited drills. The quarterback position is wide open. Maybe a little bit more wide open than I would like," Yotes Head Coach Mike Moroski admitted.
The team will have fifteen total practices before the spring game scheduled on April 23rd.