Wolf Pack players offer insight on the team's new starting quarterback
RENO, Nev. —
Nevada head football coach Jay Norvell announced earlier this week that he is going with true freshman Kaymen Cureton at quarterback this Saturday against Idaho State.
Cureton was a three-star recruit out of Leuzinger High School in the Los Angeles area. He was offered by a number of power five schools including Alabama, Oregon, and LSU but chose Nevada for the opportunity to play quarterback. In high school he was a three-time All-State player and threw for over ten thousand yards in his career.
Watch the video above to see what Nevada players, including a notable Wolf Pack Senior, have to say about the team's new starter.