Connor Bazelak is beginning to settle into his first fall camp at Indiana. Now, the former Missouri QB will hope it translates into a starting job for the Hoosiers.

On Friday, Bazelak said he feels good about where he is at so far in camp. His comfort level with the offense continues to grow with his deep ball hitting more regularly.

Bazelak also downplayed having to learn a new offense, something he has grown accustomed to in his college career. He also said a hamstring that was previously bothering him is all healed at this point.

Dustin Dopirak with the Indy Star shared Bazelak’s comments.

Bazelak was also among the group to praise wide receiver Donaven McCulley. McCulley is a former QB transitioning to receiver this season, so hopefully, the two are able to connect in the passing game.

In terms of the QB battle, head coach Tom Allen said he hopes to know who the starter will be after Indiana’s second scrimmage of the fall. However, he has no plans to announce a starter ahead of kickoff in Week 1.