"Ultimately, it comes down to (the) linemen because you have big guys playing that haven't really competed at this level, so there's a learning curve moreso than with skill players. We try to divide it up as equally as possible so we can function on offense with young offensive linemen.
"From a skill standpoint, and a defensive standpoint, we're pretty mature. The offensive line is where we don't have as much maturity. But we've got enough guys to spread out and split up and have a good scrimmage," said Gundy.
Glidden is finally healthy and receivers coach Kasey Dunn is raving about his performance.
"The guy that has really shown some things this spring is David Glidden," said Dunn. "That is the guy. Now that he's healthy, he's making a ton of plays for us and adds another dimension. It's fun to have him out there.
"He's a smart kid, puts in the work, he's investing every day in his success and in our success as a group. It's fun to see a guy like that who is putting so much into it. He's used by myself, coach Ray, Yurcich and Gundy every day as an example of how to go out, compete and make the most of a situation. We have to find a way to get him out there because every time it's thrown to him he gets up and catches it. We have to get him on the field."
Gundy has said Chelf is the starter since he takes first snaps every day, but the head coach was asked again about the quarterback depth.
"I don't think that's changed, and they've gotten quality reps for us in the spring. There's a role for all of them. Whether one of them will redshirt, one of them will start, whether there will be a package for one of them, all of those options are still out there. I don't know that we've made any decisions in any of those areas. We can't do that at this point."