Fresno State quarterback Chason Virgil showed flashes of promise as a true freshman in 2015, but a shoulder injury in Week 3 brought his rookie year to a premature end. He’ll enter 2016 fall camp as the leading candidate for the starting job, but must fend off challenges by Cal transfer Zach Kline and a couple of other new faces.
Fresno State quarterback Chason Virgil showed flashes of promise as a true freshman in 2015, but a shoulder injury in Week 3 brought his rookie year to a premature end. He’ll enter 2016 fall camp as the leading candidate for the starting job, but must fend off challenges by Cal transfer Zach Kline and a couple of other new faces. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Fresno State quarterback Chason Virgil showed flashes of promise as a true freshman in 2015, but a shoulder injury in Week 3 brought his rookie year to a premature end. He’ll enter 2016 fall camp as the leading candidate for the starting job, but must fend off challenges by Cal transfer Zach Kline and a couple of other new faces. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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