OGDEN -- Weber State coach Jody Sears would like to name a starter by the end of spring practices.
He just doesn't know yet if it's going to happen.
Senior quarterback Jordan Adamczyk backed up two-year starter Mike Hoke last season and has the inside track to replace Hoke based on that, Sears said after a scrimmage Saturday morning at Stewart Stadium.
Junior college transfer Alfonso Medina is also in the mix, as is Ben Maraz.
Sears said he'd make the decision with the offensive staff, including new offensive coordinator Robin Pflugrad, the former head coach at Montana.
The winner of the starting job "has got to be consistent managing where the ball goes," Sears said.
"Whether we're handing it off, whether we're throwing this combination or that combination. He's got to be efficient and consistent in running the offense. He doesn't have to be Peyton Manning."
All of the quarterbacks are making transitions, whether it's holding the inside track for an open job or making the jump from Santa Monica JC, as Medina is.
Both Adamczyk and Medina had success in Saturday's scrimmage.
"There's so much similarity to things we've done, it's been an easy transition for all of them," Sears said.
"Yeah, Alfonso's a little bit behind the 8-ball because he's learning a whole new system, but I think that's going to work out. I love the energy."
Weber State will host its annual Purple and White spring scrimmage on April 13 at 6 p.m. at Stewart Stadium. The Wildcats will also hold their junior camp prior to the scrimmage for high school juniors.