In reality, Oliver’s chances of being the starting quarterback for the Jackets in 2020 is probably the lowest of anyone on this list. That’s not a knock on Oliver, it’s simply that his skill set fits better as a do-it-all type weapon offensively for the Jackets.
In his time at quarterback, Oliver has struggled at passing the ball which isn’t shocking considered the system he played in prior to Geoff Collins taking over and his high school career. That being said, Oliver’s speed, agility, and elusiveness allows him to still be an impact player at different positions including running back and wide receiver.
While we are not completely ruling out Oliver being the potential starter, it wouldn’t be shocking if he takes the majority of his snaps this spring at other positions.