Texas A&M football: Projecting the 2019 quarterback depth chart

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Who the primary backup to Kellen Mond will be in 2019 is truly anyone’s guess right now. Connor Blumrick is the only quarterback currently on campus who got reps in the 2018 season, but those were spare. He played one series at the end of a blowout against Northwestern State and threw exactly one pass for eight yards.

Normally a guy who has been on campus for a couple of years will have a leg up on those who don’t, but Blumrick has the same amount of experience in Fisher’s system as the others aside from Calzada.

Blumrick is an interesting prospect. He stands 6-foot-5, 210 lbs and offers good athletic ability. There’s some rumblings he could move to tight end after the Aggies lost their top two starters at the position. He’d have to put on some weight before entertaining that idea.

Though my gut tells me he’ll end up competing for the backup quarterback job and losing out to No. 2 on this list.