Who will be the next starting quarterback at Ohio State?

FILE - These are March 7, 2017, file photos showing Ohio State quarterbacks Dwayne Haskins, left, and Joe Burrow, right, during an NCAA college football practice in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete, File)

As J.T. Barrett wrapped up his career at Ohio State with a 24-7 win in the Cotton Bowl, the discussion turns to who will replace him.

Currently, the Buckeyes' roster features Dwayne Haskins, Joe Burrow and Tate Martell.

Haskins did help lead Ohio State over Michigan when Barrett was sidelined with an injury and did see time late in games.

Burrow, who came into the year as the backup after limited snaps in 2016, was injured for parts of the year with a broken hand.

Following the team's Cotton Bowl victory, 10TV's Dom Tiberi spoke with both Haskins and Burrow about the competition to be the team's next starting quarterback.

Burrow mentioned he was going to speak with his family and have a decision to make about possibly transferring but said he was leaning toward staying.

Dom also spoke with former Buckeye and recording artist Mekka Don about which player would get the nod in 2018.