Although the Dallas Cowboys have Dak Prescott as their franchise quarterback, they will not stop trying to add depth and versatility to the position.
According to ESPN’s Todd Archer the Cowboys will be bringing in Terry Wilson and Nick Starkel as quarterbacks for this weekend’s minicamp.
Starkel began his college career at Texas A&M. He then transferred to Arkansas after two seasons.
Starkel only had seven touchdowns and ten interceptions in his Arkansas debut season. Starkel then transferred to San Jose State in order to complete his college career. He had 3,819 yards passing, 26 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions in two seasons with the Mountain West Conference.
Wilson spent most of his college career at Kentucky. He played for New Mexico this past season.
The Cowboys will have QBs Nick Starkel and Terry Wilson at this weekend's minicamp on a tryout basis. Starkel was last at San Jose St. after playing at Texas A&M and Arkansas, while Wilson finished at New Mexico after transferring from Kentucky.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) May 10, 2022
Wilson led the Wildcats’ first 10-win season in 2018 since 1977. A serious knee injury ended Wilson’s second season in Lexington.
Cooper Rush is the Cowboys’ primary backup quarterback as of right now. He had 422 passing yards, three touchdowns, and an interception during the 2021 season.
Starkel and Wilson may be invited to training camp if their performances this weekend are good. It’s a different story whether they can compete with Rush.