OGDEN -- Weber State's quarterback situation is still a 2-for-1 deal.
After reviewing the play of his quarterbacks in spring practices, Wildcats coach Jody Sears will not name a starter until the fall, he says, extending the battle between senior quarterback Jordan Adamczyk and juco transfer Alfonso Medina.
Weber State opens its season at home against Stephen F. Austin on Aug. 31. The Wildcats staff will continue to evaluate quarterback play through fall camp.
"I think Jordan's got the inside track. I like the spring Alfonso had. He was a little behind the 8-ball (coming in as a transfer)," Sears said. "I like the spring Jordan had. I'm not going to go the full monty on (naming a starter yet)."
Sears has a couple of reasons for waiting: "The competition, I want them to keep competing through the summer and into the fall, not to yield to one another. Alfonso did a good job when he was in there, he was productive. He moved the ballclub; so did Jordan. He finished (the spring) strong."
Sears also said he doesn't want to overthink the decision as both quarterbacks become more comfortable with the system installed by new offensive coordinator Robin Pflugrad.
Adamczyk threw for three touchdowns in WSU's Purple and White spring scrimmage on April 13, completing 10 of 14 passes for 174 yards and one interception. The senior from Canyon Country, Calif., backed up Mike Hoke for the past two seasons and started one game in 2012.
Medina, who transferred in January from Santa Monica College, completed 6 of 9 passes for 58 yards in that scrimmage. In two seasons at Santa Monica, Medina threw for 5,345 yards and 61 touchdowns and was named the Pacific Conference MVP in 2012 as a sophomore.
Redshirt freshman Jadrian Clark is the third-string quarterback, while sophomore quarterback Ben Maraz will transfer.
"(Maraz) is going to look at other options," Sears said. "He's a good player, a good person and I really respect him. We're going to help him every way we can."
Freshman Austin Chipoletti, from Jacksonville, Fla., is fourth on the depth chart.
Regardless of when a starting signal caller is named, Sears says his team will adjust to whoever is No. 1.
"I like the mindframe our guys are in," he said. "They all seem to follow those guys (at quarterback)."