There were so many QBs playing that it made it really hard to have any real takeaways from the game. The scrimmage went by really fast. They all only had 2 or 3 drives, except Matlock who only had one. It was also hard to tell who was going up against the #1 and #2 defense because all defenders wore the same color and were switching out reguarly.
Henderson probably had the best day overall but his numbers were a little padded by some great plays by his WRs (the RBs seemed to get more yards when he was in too). Henderson didn't impress me when he got out of the pocket as much as I would have hoped. He seemed a lot less accurate.
Riley Smith was a pleasant surprise. If Henderson was 1, he might have been 1a. He throws a pretty nice ball and is reasonably mobile. Cobbs made the catch of the day on the ball thrown by Smith.
I liked Kaiden Bennett a lot more than I thought I would. He appeared to be the fastest/most mobile-- though I think Cord is probably faster (at least pre-injury). Made mostly shorter throws but used his movement to open the defense up a little bit. The QBs all were down when touched so mobile QBs were at a disadvantage in the scrimmage.
Hank Bachmeier has good pocket presence. He is also the biggest QB we have in terms of his overall build and has a nice arm. He appeared to be the slowest/least mobile and was not accurate (a few balls were thrown 10 feet over peoples heads, out of bounds). He had three drives and only got one first down and that was on a handoff. He was the only QB that was unable to move the ball down the field. Again, I don't think this is that big of a deal at this point so don't read too much into this.
Zack Matlock looked better than any walk-on QB I can ever remember seeing. In his only drive he moved the ball about 75 yards and had some good completions,
This really is the deepest group of QBs I've ever seen here. The problem is, only one can start. Also, Cord hasn't had the chance to take the field because he will certainly be a factor.