Despite both Conor Rhoda and Demry Croft playing well over the last few weeks, Minnesota head coach P.J. Fleck says the starting quarterback position is still up for grabs.

Fleck told WCCO Radio that both quarterbacks played well in the team’s scrimmage on Saturday, but that nobody has been awarded the No. 1 spot just yet.

Rhoda is a senior for the Gophers this season but has spent most of his career behind Mitch Leidner. He had planned on transferring out of Minnesota before the start of the 2017 season, but Fleck enticed the gunslinger to stick around for his final season.

Last fall, Rhoda appeared in three games, making one start against Maryland. Against the Terrapins, Rhoda completed 7-of-15 passes for 82 yards and a touchdown as Minnesota won 31-10. He finished the year with just eight completions.

Croft redshirted last season and will be a sophomore this year. He did make an appearance in three games as a true freshman in 2015, accounting for 34 passing yards and 38 yards on the ground.