Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer
Mark Richt has no plans to name a starting quarterback this spring, in large part because prized signee N'Kosi Perry of Ocala, Fla., won't be on campus until this summer. The battle to replace Brad Kaaya at Miami is wide open, but it's clear that Richt thinks the 6-4, 178-pound Perry, an ESPN 300 prospect, has a chance to come in and win the job. "All I know is he can run like the wind, can really throw it and makes a lot of plays," Richt told ESPN.com. "We'll see what he can do when he gets here."