At a minimum, Demetrius Jones talks like a starting quarterback. The Chicago native talked about what advantages he brings under center and how he's not planning to switch positions anytime soon. Jones may believe that he'll ultimately win the quarterback job, but he knows the decision rests with Charlie Weis in the end. Jones also knows there's more work to be done in learning the playbook and developing as a leader.
No quarterback ever won a job without thinking he could. Zach Frazer has that part of quarterback play under control after revealing that in his eyes, he's Notre Dame's No. 1 signal caller, hands down. Frazer talks about his strengths under center, what he's looking forward to this weekend in the Blue-Gold Game and how he tries to lead. Frazer knows that time is almost up to impress Charlie Weis before heading into the off-season.
Evan Sharpley talks like a veteran. Ask him about his spot in the fight to replace Brady Quinn and the junior will instead talk about helping the Notre Dame by all means necessary. Ask him about the pressure of auditioning in the Blue-Gold Game and Sharpley will talk about what a fun weekend the spring game represents. Like his head coach, Sharpley isn't revealing much about Notre Dame's new quarterback direction.
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