With spring practice coming to an end, the lone battle left in Jackson State’s camp is at quarterback.
Evan Ingram, LaMontiez Ivy and Benjamin Thomas are all vying for the starting job left vacant by the absence of Clayton Moore.
“It’s a battle you know, but we’re all brothers,” Ingram told the Clarion-Leger. “Whenever we’re out here it’s a battle, but coach (offensive coordinator Timmy Chang) is doing a great job splitting it up and being fair.”
Who ultimately starts under center for JSU will be the most important decision first-year head coach Harold Jackson will make.
Ingram, a senior who is a transfer from Ole Miss, is the favorite to start.
Ivy, who was lost for the 2013 season after he suffered a broken ankle against Tulane, is slowly working his way back and more than likely figures to be the backup.