Five teams in the Pac-12 South (all but the Arizona State Sun Devils) took a quarterback in the 2018 recruiting class. With the new NCAA redshirt rule allowing players to appear in up to four games and still redshirt, we could see five teams in the Pac-12 South trot out true freshman quarterbacks at some point during the season. Three of those teams, the UCLA Bruins (Dorian Thompson-Robinson), USC Trojans (JT Daniels), and Utah Utes (Jack Tuttle), brought in four- or five-star recruits at the position. With the Arizona Wildcats (Khalil Tate), Colorado Buffaloes (Steven Montez), and Utah Utes (Tyler Huntley) bringing back their starting quarterbacks, it seems unlikely they will start a true freshman at quarterback barring injury. UCLA and USC both have quarterback battles raging in fall camp.


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