Last season UTSA QB Dalton Sturm covered a lot of offensive sins. Put simply, if he did not provide some magic, the offense did not move. With Strum off to try to make it in the NFL and Al Borges in as new offensive coordinator, the QB duties were likely going to be held down by Redshirt Freshman Frank Harris.
While Frank Wilson was doing his best to push his QBs but promoting a competition this Spring, Harris was doing electric things like taking it to the house from 65 yards out in the closed scrimmage.
Unfortunately the QB competition has shrank to two because of an ACL injury. Harris tweeted and deleted it, but Carter Karels wrote it up in the Express News.
This is a blow to whatever dynamic plans that were in Borges’ heads. Bryce Rivers had the most experience (he’s a sophomore) but was not leading the QB competition. Cordale Grundy is another dual-threat QB. He is a JUCO transfer who has a limited resume because of injury.
Either of the two might produce for UTSA this season, but neither had the kind of hype and promise that Frank Harris did.