08:14 AM ET 07.16 | Though Auburn head coach Gene Chizik and his offensive staff have yet to name a starting quarterback for the season opener against Clemson, signs point to one young man. [It] appears that all of the momentum is with Kiehl Frazier on The Plains. The dual-threat signal-caller outperformed Clint Moseley this past spring in the Tigers' quarterback derby, completing 7-of-9 passes for 92 yards in the team's spring game. He also proved to be a real threat with his legs in the contest, which is an aspect of the offense that new coordinator Scot Loeffler will be sure to utilize in his game plan every Saturday. While Moseley will have the opportunity in preseason camp to earn the top spot on the depth chart, the job appears to be Frazier's to lose.