Scot Loeffler says there's no rush to name a starting quarterback in Blacksburg.

But as spring football hits it's final stretch of practices before next Saturday's spring game, there's some musical chairs being played under center.

That was clearly evident on Tuesday when former Christiansburg Blue Demon Brenden Motley jumped to the top of the Hokie depth chart at Quarterback.

"It boosts my confidence a lot," said Motley. "I feel like they see some things in me so that's always good for yourself.

While this move isn't permanent, his position coach, Scot Loeffler, says it's a reward for his performances in the Hokies' first two scrimmages.

"Motley did some good things so he has earned the right to [take first team reps]," added Loeffler. "But it's a day-to-day thing. Every snap counts.

The Hokies will scrimmage again this Saturday then hit the practice field again next week before next Saturday's Spring Game.