There's also class separation heading into next year with Morgan a Jr, Annexstad likely at SO with the redshirt likely impending and Clark and Kramer both RS FR. So with that separation and with the fact that I don't really know of any program under the sun who would offer Clark or Kramer a starting gig, the only possible transfer is Annexstad and he's coming off injury and was considered possible for starter last year. On top of that, he seems to love PJ and the U. Would imagine we see them all on the roster in the fall and through next year. That's just my 2 cents. Now if recruits come in next year (in spring ball) and look like they will bypass someone or if Annexstad gets passed by Clark or Kramer, he may want to go elsewhere (same as the current FR). But 4 guys competing is really not too many when they are separated by class on your top 2 and the others are FR. We aren't talking about 5 star guys who get offers to compete to start (and remember its just to compete a la Hunter Johnson who was abysmal for NW). Our guys probably have their best chance here unless they want to go try compete at FCS (the only place that would probably be perceivable for them to start). otherwise bide your time and learn and hope you get your shot (guessing Kramer didn't think he'd see the field, much less throw a meaningful pass when last year started)Well, it does have to do with the fact that the 2020 Spring roster would have had four QB's vying for the starting role.
Though I think we would all fall over dead with shock if Morgan didn't win it.
That to me speaks to at least one QB, if not two, transferring out. That was all put on hold with cv19.